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August 9th, 2022 at 6:30 PM
Regular City Council

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Titusville Environmental Commission – Appoint one regular member to the Titusville Environmental Commission with an unexpired term to expire on November 30, 2022.

B. Board of Adjustments and Appeals – The Board of Adjustments and Appeals semi-annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is required.

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C. Planning and Zoning Commission – The Planning and Zoning Commission’s semi-annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is required.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA

ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Emergency Purchase of a Replacement Main Transformer for the Area III Wellfield – Approve the emergency purchase of a replacement main power transformer for the Area III Wellfield to Electrical Engineering Enterprises, of Tampa, Florida in the amount of $28,501.08.

B. Countywide JAG Grant for Prisoner Transport – Approve the distribution of the FY21-22 Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant – JAG Countywide, in the amount of $144,504.00, to be used by Brevard County for their Prisoner Transportation Program.

C. Appropriate Forfeiture Funds for Crime Prevention/National Night Out – Approve and appropriate the use of $5,000.00 in forfeiture funds for Crime Prevention materials and National Night Out.

D. Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Grant Awarded for Community Resiliency Stewardship Program – Accept the awarded grant from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to conduct a Community Resiliency Stewardship Program, and the sub-agreement between the City and the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council to conduct the deliverables of the Grant Agreement, and authorize the Mayor to execute any instruments necessary for receipt of the grant award, and approve the Budget Amendment in the amount of $30,000 to add funds to the Community Development, Planning Professional Services Account.

E. Fueling System Improvements – Approve project creation and associated budget amendment in the amount of $550,000 in the Fleet Maintenance Fund to create a project for completion of storage tank replacement and associated fueling improvements located at the Public Works Complex.

F. Interlocal Agreement Between Brevard County First Responders Agencies and Brevard Public Schools – Authorize the City Manager and Chief of Police to sign the Brevard Public Schools Radio Communications Interlocal Agreement.

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G. Contract Award for the Purchase of Two Replacement Effluent Pumps for the Blue Heron Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) – Approve the award of the purchase of two effluent pumps for the Blue Heron WRF to Environmental Equipment Sales of Lakeland, FL in the amount of $138,746, approve a budget amendment, and authorize issuance of the purchase order.

H. Purchase of MDS Radios for the Water Resources SCADA Telemetry Upgrade Project – Approve the purchase of 53 MDS Radios from BCI Technologies, Kissimmee, FL in the amount of $67,946 for the purchase of replacement radios for the SCADA Telemetry System and authorize the issuance of a purchase order.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 28-2022 – Removal of Wild Date Palms (Phoenix sylvestris) as Canopy Tree – Conduct the second reading and public hearing of Ordinance No. 28-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to remove Wild Date palms (Phoenix sylvestris) as a permitted canopy tree by amending Sections 30-393, “Landscape material size requirements (at time of planting)” and Landscaping Technical Manual, Section 5.2 “Trees and shrubs, canopy trees (50’-100’ ht)”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on June 15, 2022 and recommended approval as written. The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on July 20, 2022 and recommended approval of the Sylvester Palm Ordinance as presented. Approved 7-0.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 29-2022, Establishing Code Enforcement Lien Reduction Process – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 29-2022, amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Chapter 31, Article V, “Code Enforcement Board/Special Magistrate”, by amending Section 31-71, “Administrative Fines and Liens” by adding a subsection (g) “Reduction and Release of Liens”, creating a code enforcement lien reduction process; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; incorporation into the code and an effective date. (This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing is scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on August 23, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.).

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Solid Waste Rate Review – Staff will present the Solid Waste Rate Review and provide

options for the City Council on the proposed rate.

B. Right to Clean Water Proposed Charter Amendment – Approve Resolution No. 15-2022 authorizing a referendum election on the Right to Clean Water Proposed Charter

Amendment.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

July 26, 2022 at 5:30 PM
Regular City Council

A. Employee of the Month for June 2022 – Recognize the Employee of the Month for June 2022. No action is required.

B. Construction of the Osprey Nutrient Removal Upgrade Project – Senator Tom Wright will provide a presentation on a State of Florida Budget appropriation to the City of Titusville in the amount of $500,000 for construction of the Osprey Nutrient Removal Upgrade Project. No action is required.

C. Per-Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) – The Water Resources Department will provide an updated presentation on PFAS. No action is required.

D. Letters of Appreciation – A list of employee names that received letters of appreciation is included in the agenda packet. No action is required.


July 26, 2022 at 6:30 PM
Regular City Council

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5. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Reserved for Presentations – There may not be adequate time at the regular City Council meeting scheduled for July 26, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. to hear all the presentations as outlined in the agenda. If necessary, the presentation(s) will be heard at this time during the regular City Council meeting on July 26, 2022 that commences at 6:30 p.m.

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Board of Adjustment and Appeals – Reappoint two (2) regular members and one (1) alternate member to the Board of Adjustments and Appeals for two (2) year terms to expire on July 31, 2024.

B. North Brevard Economic Development Zone Dependent Special District Board – Appoint one regular member to the North Brevard Economic Development Zone Dependent Special District Board for an unexpired term to expire on December 31, 2023.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Award of Contract for Construction of the Area III Wellfield Electrical Project – Approve award of a Contract for Bid No. 22-B-014 to Eau Gallie Electric, of Melbourne, FL for construction of the Area III Wellfield Electrical Project in the amount of $664,000 contingent on the City’s acceptance and approved use of the second tranche of America Reinvestment Plan Act funds for this project, and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract.

B. 2022-2023 Park Avenue Christian Academy Resource Officer Program – Approve and execute the 2022-2023 Park Avenue Christian Academy School Resource Officer (SRO) Program Memorandum of Understanding and the required budget amendment.

C. 2022-2023 Sculptor Charter School Resource Officer Program – Approve and execute the 2022-2023 Sculptor Charter School School Resource Officer (SRO) Program Memorandum of Understanding and the required budget amendment.

D. Final Ranking and Award of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System Integration Services – Approve the evaluation committee rankings and recommendation for Award of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System Integration Services RFP #22-P-043/TB to Benro Enterprises dba Rocha Controls of Tampa, Florida. Authorize staff to conduct contract negotiations. Authorize the Mayor to execute the negotiated contract upon review and approval of the Purchasing and Contracting Administrator, City Manager, and City Attorney.

E. Appointments to School Board Capital Outlay Committee – Appoint Planning Manager Brad Parrish and Senior Planner Eddy Galindo as the City’s representative and alternate, respectively, to the School Board Capital Outlay Committee.

F. Appointments to School Board Educational Facilities Impact Fee Benefit District Advisory Committee – Appoint Planning Manager Brad Parrish and Senior Planner Eddy Galindo as the City’s representative and alternate, respectively, to the School Board Educational Facilities Impact Fee Benefit District Advisory Committee.

G. Appointments to Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization Bicycle Pedestrian Technical Advisory Committee – Appoint Sustainability Planner Rachel Muller and Senior Planner Eddy Galindo as the City’s representative and alternate, respectively, to the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization Bicycle Pedestrian Technical Advisory Committee.

H. Extension of Ecotech Consultants, Inc. Contract – Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the 1st amendment to contract #CO17P019, Wetlands Monitoring, Operations, and Maintenance Services.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 26-2022 – Amending the Stormwater Management Utility Ordinance to Clarify Procedures – Conduct the second reading and public hearing of Ordinance No. 26-2022, an ordinance of the City of Titusville, FL, amending the Stormwater Management Utility Ordinance, amending portions of Article V of Chapter 21, Utilities, of the Code of Ordinances; amending sections 21-272, 21-273, 21-275 and 21-276, City Code and creating sections 21-274, 21-277, 21-278, and 21-279, City Code, to clarify the procedures for modifying the Stormwater Utility Fee Assessment; providing findings, ratification, incorporation into the code, severability and an effective date.

Second Reading, Public Hearing and Related Action (Quasi-judicial) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO QUASI-JUDICIAL RULES OF PROCEDURE. ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK ON AN ITEM MUST FIRST COMPLETE AN AGENDA SIGN-UP CARD AND SIGN THE OATH CONTAINED THEREON. THOSE SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF A REQUEST WILL BE HEARD FIRST. IF YOU HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS, SKETCHES, OR DOCUMENTS THAT YOU DESIRE FOR CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER, THEY MUST BE SUBMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND WILL BE RETAINED BY THE CITY. SUBMIT THESE EXHIBITS TO THE CITY CLERK.

B. Resolution No. 14-2022 – Vacate Right of Way (ROW) Application No. 1-2022, Orange Street – Conduct the public hearing and adopt Resolution No. 14-2022 vacating, abandoning, and discontinuing certain public streets for a portion of the public right-of-way of Orange Street and providing for an effective date.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this item on July 20, 2022 and recommended approval of ROW No. 1-2022 with the staff recommended conditions and the request by staff to change condition #1 to read All required easements (the rest of the condition remains the same) Approved 7-0.

C. Conditional Use Permit (CUP) Application No. 4-2022 Sweet Peas Playpod – Approve CUP Application No. 4-2022 to allow an indoor recreational and commercial amusement use at 2400 South Hopkins Avenue.

At their regular meeting on July 20, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of CUP No. 4-2022 as presented without any conditions. Approved 7-0.

D. Rezoning Application (REZ) No. 1-2022 Jennifer Drive – Conduct the public hearing and second reading of Ordinance No. 27-2022 amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by replacing the present Multifamily Medium Density Residential (R-2) zoning district to the Single-Family Medium Density (R-1B) zoning district for unplatted property located on the east side of Jennifer Drive.

On July 6, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission considered this item and unanimously (7:0) recommended approval.

E. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application with Rezoning (SSA) No. 2-2020 – The Cottages – Conduct the public hearing and second reading of ordinances for Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA No. 2-2020):

Ordinance No. 15-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the future land use designation for approximately 9.7 acres of land located at the southwest corner of Highway U.S. 1 and the Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Commercial High Intensity future land use designation to the Residential Medium Density future land use designation; and Ordinance No. 16-2022 amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the zoning classification of approximately 15 acres of land located at the southwest corner of the Highway U.S. 1 and Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Community Commercial (CC) zoning classification to the Planned Development (PD) zoning classification. 

The land use amendment is a legislative item and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item.

On April 20, 2022 the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, considered this request and tabled the item to their second meeting in July, per the Applicant’s request. The Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, considered this request at their July 20, 2022 meeting and  recommended approval changing the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) from the Commercial High Intensity Land Use designation to the Medium Density Residential Land Use designation. Approved with a 7-0 vote. In addition, recommended approval of the rezoning from the Community Commercial (CC) zoning district to the Planned Development (PD) zoning district with the following three conditions (1) Adding to 1.9 Roadway design / Traffic Circulation – (E) No access is allowed by automobile from the commercial site onto US Highway 1; (2) Change sentence two in 1.11 Natural Resources to read Heritage trees should to the extent possible be preserved. (delete the rest of language from the sentence); and (3) Change sentence in 1.12 Buffering / Screening 1. A 6-foot tall opaque fence or wall along the property line with an evergreen hedge that will grow to at least 6-feet within 2 years. Motion was approved with a 5 yes, 2 no vote. No votes were due to concerns with safety of children on sidewalk, crossing 4 lanes of traffic, lack of Homeowners Association, more traffic on Dairy Road, environmental concerns regarding the debris on the site, the density, and limited ADA access.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 28-2022 – Removal of Wild Date Palms (Phoenix sylvestris) as Canopy Trees – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 28-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to remove Wild Date palms (Phoenix sylvestris) as a permitted canopy tree by amending Sections 30-393, “Landscape material size requirements (at time of planting)” and Landscaping Technical Manual, Section 5.2 “Trees and shrubs, canopy trees (50’-100’ ht)”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing is scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on August 9, 2022).

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on June 15, 2022 and recommended approval as written. The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on July 20, 2022 and recommended approval of the Sylvester Palm Ordinance as presented. Approved 7-0. 

1. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Automotive Servicing and Truck/Vehicle Rental in Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) – Downtown Subdistrict – Provide direction to staff regarding automotive servicing and truck/vehicle rental in the Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) – Downtown subdistrict.

B. Proposed Tentative operating millage $7.2145 mils and Proposed Tentative Voted Debt Service Millage at $0.2542 mils – Set the proposed tentative Operating Millage rate for the Fiscal Year 2023 budget at $7.2145 mils which is 13.48% above the rolled back millage rate of $6.3573 mils. Set the Voted Debt Service millage rate (Riverfront Acquisition Referendum) at $0.2542 mils. The maximum levy authorized by the Series 2005 General Obligation Bonds is $0.5930 mils. Additionally, set the first Public Hearing for September 14, 2022 at 5:30 pm at City Hall and the second and final Public Hearing on September 22, 2022 at 5:30 pm at City Hall.

C. Utilization of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds – 2nd Tranche – Authorize staff to proceed with the 2nd round of projects using the 2nd tranche of $4,303,596 in ARPA funds received on June 16, 2022. Project descriptions meet all Federal eligibility requirements as verified by our external consultant, Government Services Group. Project descriptions are attached in the agenda packet for your review.

D. Advisability to Cost-Share in Brevard County Property Appraiser GIS Upgrade Project – Council provide staff guidance regarding participation cost – share proposal requested by the Brevard County Property Appraiser to assist in funding the $2.4M Brevard County GIS software upgrade. The City of Titusville would be asked to contribute approximately $63,321 under the least expensive cost-share methodology

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)


July 12th, 2022
City Council Meeting 6:30pm

5. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Titusville Cocoa Airport Authority – Appoint one regular member to the Titusville-Cocoa Airport Authority for a term to expire on July 11, 2025.

B. Historic Preservation Board – The Historic Preservation Board’s semi-annual report will be presented. No action is required.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Fire Department Emergency Response Vehicles – Authorize the use of impact funds to purchase (1) 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab pickup, and (1) 2022 Ford Interceptor Hybrid Utility vehicle to include associated emergency lighting and siren packages and associated equipment from Alan Jay Fleet Sales for a total amount not to exceed $120,000.

B. Cost-Share Funding Interlocal Agreement-Sand Point Park Baffle Box – Approve the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Cost-Share Funding Interlocal Agreement between the City of Titusville and Brevard County in the amount of $137,135 in funding toward the construction of the Sand Point Park Baffle Box Project, approve associated budget amendment and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement.

C. Amendment to Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Meadowridge – Approve the Fifth Amendment to Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Meadowridge.

D. Quote Award – Stormwater Assessment Mailing – Approve the award of price quote 22-PQ-050 to Quadient, Inc of Milford, CT, in the amount of $16,225.84 per the State of Florida Contract #44102100-17-1 pricing effective 02/20/2017 through 02/19/2027 for printing and mailing of the stormwater assessment notices and authorize issuance of the purchase order.

E. Jess Parrish Medical Foundation Grant Award for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Equipment – Accept the grant award from Jess Parrish Medical Foundation for $17,403.81 to purchase one (1) LUCAS 3, v3.1 Chest Compression System from sole source vendor, Styker. Additionally, approve associated budget amendment.

F. Temporary Traffic Signal Repair – Approve the emergency purchase order issued to Carr Construction of Okeechobee, Fl in the amount of $19,836.32 for the installation of a temporary traffic signal at Park Avenue and Harrison Street.

G. Request advisability to prepare an ordinance providing provisions and procedures for reduction of Code Enforcement liens by Special Magistrate – Approve advisability to prepare an ordinance providing provisions and procedures for the Code Enforcement Special Magistrate to consider code enforcement lien reductions.

H. Additional Funding Stormwater Operating – Approve budget amendments in the amount of $26,938 to allocate Capital Improvement Project unexpended funds to operating accounts to sustain operations for the balance of the fiscal year.

I. Award of Grant for City of Titusville Style and Architectural Guidelines Project – Approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Historical Resources grant agreement #23.h.sm.100.003 to complete a City of Titusville Architectural Style and Design Guidelines Project and to approve the attached budget amendment to recognize the proceeds of the grant.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 26-2022 – Amending the Stormwater Management Utility Ordinance to Clarify Procedures – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 26-2022, an ordinance of the City of Titusville, FL amending the Stormwater Management Utility Ordinance, amending portions of Article V of Chapter 21, Utilities, of the Code of Ordinances; amending sections 21-272, 21-273, 21-275 and 21-276, City Code and creating sections 21-274, 21-277, 21-278, and 21-279, City Code, to clarify the procedures for modifying the Stormwater Utility Fee Assessment; providing findings, ratification, incorporation into the code, severability and an effective date.

(This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing is scheduled to be conducted by City Council on July 26, 2022.)

B. Rezoning Application (REZ) No. 1-2022 Jennifer Drive Conduct the First Reading of Ordinance No. 27-2022 amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by replacing the present Multifamily Medium Density Residential (R-2) zoning district to the Single-Family Medium Density (R-1B) zoning district for un-platted property located on the east side of Jennifer Drive. (The public hearing is scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on July 26, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.)

On July 6, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission considered this item and recommended approval with staff’s recommendations, 7-0.

C. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with Rezoning (SSA) Application No. 2-2020 – The Cottages – Conduct the first reading of ordinances for Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) Application No. 2-2020.

Ordinance No. 15-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the  comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the future land use designation for approximately 9.7 acres of land located at the southwest corner of Highway U.S. 1 and the Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Commercial High Intensity future land use designation to the Residential Medium Density future land use designation; and

Ordinance No. 16-2022 amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the zoning classification of approximately 15 acres of land located at the southwest corner of the Highway U.S. 1 and Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Community Commercial (CC) zoning classification to the Planned Development (PD) zoning classification. 

The land use amendment is a legislative item and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item.

On April 26, 2022, City Council tabled the public hearing for this item to June 26, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. The Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, will consider this item at their regular meeting on July 20, 2022.

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Selection Committee Recommendation to the Council of Three Ranked Firms for Independent Auditor Services and Authorize Negotiation with Top Ranked Firm – It is requested that the Council accept the rankings and final recommendation of the ranked CPA Firms responding to Request for Proposal 22-P-033/LR, Independent Audit Services for the City of Titusville; Establish a Negotiation Committee; and Authorize Negotiation of a Contract with the Council Selected Firm. It is also requested that the Council authorize the Mayor to execute the subsequent negotiated contract, not to exceed the maximum annual fees proposed, and upon review and approval from the City Attorney’s Office. In addition, authorize the City Manager to sign any and all renewals.

B. Advisability – Purchase of Modular Fire Station with the use of Impact Fund Fees – Approve advisability to initiate the process of utilizing impact fees for the purchase of a modular fire station to be put in service at 1100 John Glenn Blvd. Estimated costs are approximately $414,000.

C. Stormwater Services Assessment Report – Accept the presentation and Stormwater Services Assessment Report.

D. North Brevard Economic Development Zone Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Proposed Operating Budget (City Contribution) – Review and approve the North Brevard Economic Development Zone Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Proposed Operating Budget (City Contribution).

E. Automotive Servicing and Truck/Vehicle Rental in Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) – Downtown Subdistrict – Provide direction to staff regarding automotive servicing and truck/vehicle rental in the Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) – Downtown subdistrict

F. Request for Proposal – Consultant to Review Conditional Use Permit No. 2-2022, Independence Recycling – Review and approve the Request for Proposal – Consultant to Review Conditional Use Permit No. 2-2022, Independence Recycling.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

June 14th, 2022
City Council Meeting 6:30pm

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Titusville Environmental Commission Semi-Annual Report – June 2022 – The Titusville Environmental Commission’s Semi-Annual Report will be presented. No action is required.

B. Titusville Environmental Commission (TEC) – Leave of Absences – Approve Titusville Environmental Commission (TEC) Regular Member Michael Myjak’s request for a five month leave of absence from the TEC meetings for the months of June 2022 through October 2022. Additionally, approve Titusville Environmental Commission (TEC) Regular Member James Yount’s request for a three month leave of absence from the TEC meetings for the months of June 2022 through August 2022.

C. North Brevard Economic Development Zone Dependent Special District Board – Accept the resignation of Regular Member Micah Loyd of the North Brevard Economic Development Zone Dependent Special District Board. The resignation was effective on May 18, 2022.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Advisability Resolution No. 13-2022 – Vacate Right of Way (ROW) Application No. 1-2022, Orange Street – Adopt the Advisability Resolution No. 13-2022 announcing the date of a public hearing to consider vacating, abandoning, and discontinuing certain public streets for a portion of the public right-of-way of Orange Street and providing for an effective date.

B. 2022 Funding for Resilient Florida Grant – PlanningProjects – Authorize the Mayor to sign the attached letter in support of the “Resilient Titusville Update and Adaptation Plan” project proposal being submitted for the 2022 Resilient Florida Grant Program and authorize the City manager to sign the completed Grant Application.

C. Award Contract – Landscape Maintenance Services – Approve award of contract to JB’s Lawn Control, Inc. of Titusville, Florida in the annual amount of $428,423 for landscape maintenance services for state road medians, state road right of ways, City facilities, City riverfront parks, stormwater facilities and CRA district during a one-year term with three (3) optional one-year renewals, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract.

D. Three Year Contract Renewal of DebtBook Software – Authorize the City Manager to sign and execute the contract for a three year renewal of DebtBook Software to lock in a discount rate of $7,500 per year with no implementation charges upon approval by the City Attorney’s Office and the Purchasing Division.

E. Wash Rack Inspection, Maintenance and Repair Services Contract – Approve contract to EST Companies of Tempe, AZ in the amount of $197,052 over five years for wash rack inspection, maintenance and repair services for the wash rack located at the City Garage and authorize the Mayor to execute said contract.

F. Osprey Nutrient Removal Construction Change Order #7 to Contract #CN20-B-044 with Wharton-Smith, Inc. – Approve Change Order #7 in the amount of $119,942.23 to contract #CN20-B-044 with Wharton-Smith, Inc. to include additional work to repair a corroded existing wastewater pipeline and add an air relief valve on an existing waste activated sludge line, adjust the contract time by 10 days, and authorize the Mayor to execute the change order.

G. Participation in the State of Florida Opioid Litigation Settlements – Accept and authorize the City Manager to execute the Subdivision Settlement Participation Form and any releases that may be necessary to finalize settlement pursuant to the Settlement Agreement dated March 4, 2022, between the State of Florida and Walgreens.

H. Generator Maintenance, Inspection & Repairs Water Resources – Contract Amendment 1 – Approve contract Amendment 1 for Contract No. SV21B036, with (Primary) Csonka All Tech of Titusville, FL, and (Secondary) CJ’s Sales and Services of Ocala, FL, to edit the Compensation Section to allow for “on demand” repair service expenses to be approved based on the contract terms of providing a written quote of the services with cost prior to the work being performed. All “on demand” as needed repair services shall be contingent upon the support of existing budgeted funds. The authorized contract amount for the Annual Maintenance, Inspection, and Testing shall not exceed $27,000.00. In addition, authorize the Mayor to execute the contract amendment.

I. Purchase of Replacement Vehicles – Water Resources – Approve the use of the Florida Sheriff’s Association Contract FSA20-VEL28.0 to purchase three replacement vehicles from Duval Ford of Jacksonville, FL in the amount of $195,756.20, and authorize City staff to issue resulting purchase orders. Also, approve the attached budget amendment to fully fund the purchases.

J. Purchase of Vehicle – Public Works – Approve the use of Florida Sheriffs Association Cooperative Purchasing Program contract #FSA20-VEH18.0, Heavy Trucks effective until 9/30/22 to purchase the budgeted vehicle replacement, project Z02239, to Duval Chevrolet of Jacksonville, Florida in the total amount of $85,197.60 for the purchase of a 2023 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Truck and authorize issuance of a purchase order. Additionally, authorize associated budget amendment.

K. Purchase of 4 SpeedCheck Signs – Approve the use of FDOT contract #DOT-ITB-20-9034-GH; DOT-ITB-21-9049-SJ; DOT-ITB-21-9079-SJ effective November 4, 2019 through November 3, 2022, for APL Traffic Equipment for the purchase of four (4) SpeedCheck radar feedback signs in the amount of $20,300 from Temple, Inc. of Decatur, AL to be installed on Royal Oak Drive.

L. Extension of Maintenance Agreement on Two Streetsweepers – Approve the extension of the street sweeper maintenance plan in the amount of $17,600 to Environmental Products of Florida from Apopka, Florida until December of 2022 due to manufacturing delays relating to the delivery of the new street sweepers.

M. Acceptance of Easement from Hickory Creek Holdings, LLC – Accept a Utility Easement from Hickory Creek Holdings, LLC for the Canopy ALF project.

N. Acceptance of Easement from Titusville Medical Developers, LLC – Accept a Utility Easement from Titusville Medical Developers, LLC for the Titusville Medical Office project, 2335 South Washington Avenue.

O. Acceptance of Easement from Bragg Investment Company, Inc. – Accept a Utility (Water) Easement from Bragg Investment Company, Inc. for the Bragg Warehouse and Office project, 1430 Chaffee Drive.

P. Acceptance of Easement from Bragg Investment Company, Inc.  – Accept a Utility (Sewer) Easement from Bragg Investment Company, Inc. for the Bragg Warehouse and Office project, 1439 Chaffee Drive.

Q. Acceptance of Easement from DNC Parks & Resorts at 6225 Vectorspace, LLC – Accept a Utility Easement from DNC Parks & Resorts at 6225 Vectorspace, LLC for the Courtyard Marriott project.

R. Issuance of a Power of Attorney to Nationwide – Retirement Plans to prepare and file Voluntary Correction Program Compliance Forms with the IRS on the City’s behalf – Authorize the Human Resources Director, as Plan Administrator, to issue a Power of Attorney to Nationwide Retirement Plans to act on the City’s behalf to prepare and file the required Voluntary Correction Program Compliance documents with the IRS with regard to restatement of the City’s deferred compensation plan.

S. Landscape Improvements – US#1 Corridor – Approve the budget amendment in the amount of $35,000 to fund additional landscape improvements within the US#1 corridor utilizing the plants listed and locations shown within the attachments. Additionally, approve creation of the new CRA project.

T. 2022-2023 School Board of Brevard County School Resource Officer Program – Approve and execute the 2022-2023 School Board of Brevard County SRO Program Memorandum of Understanding and the required budget amendment.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 23-2022 – Adult Day Care Facilities – Conduct the second public hearing for Ordinance No. 23-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to create Adult Day Care as a limited use and setting forth conditions for Adult Day Care as a limited use in certain zoning categories by creating Chapter 28 “Zoning” Section 28-90 “Adult day care” and amending Section 28-54 “Use table”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance at their meeting on May 18, 2022 and recommended approval of the ordinance with elimination of the proposed UMU limitation in (c) (2) related to DeLeon Avenue and Park Avenue with vote of 7-0.

B. Ordinance No. 24-2022 – Relating to Billboards Adjoining Interstate – 95 – Conduct the second public hearing of Ordinance No. 24-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to establish specific standards for billboards adjoining the I-95 right-of-way by amending Section 28-102 “Billboard” and 32-26 “Bench signs, bus benches, bus shelters and billboards”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on May 18, 2022 and recommended approval, 6-1. The member opposed provided no explanation.

C. Ordinance No. 25-2022 Updating the Water Resources Technical Specifications – Conduct the Second reading of Ordinance No. 25-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by, amending Chapter 30, Article 1 “General Provisions”, Division 4, “Technical Manuals” Section 30-8 “Technical Manuals” by adding subsection (i) incorporating the 2022 Water Resources Technical Specifications; by revising existing language for clarification; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date, and incorporation into the Code. (This is the second reading and public hearing for this item).

Second Reading, Public Hearing and Related Action (Quasi-judicial) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO QUASI-JUDICIAL RULES OF PROCEDURE. ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK ON AN ITEM MUST FIRST COMPLETE AN AGENDA SIGN-UP CARD AND SIGN THE OATH CONTAINED THEREON. THOSE SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF A REQUEST WILL BE HEARD FIRST. IF YOU HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS, SKETCHES, OR DOCUMENTS THAT YOU DESIRE FOR CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER, THEY MUST BE SUBMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND WILL BE RETAINED BY THE CITY. SUBMIT THESE EXHIBITS TO THE CITY CLERK.

D. Conditional Use Permit (CUP) No. 2-2022 Independence Recycling – Approve Conditional Use Permit No. 2-2022 to operate a concrete recycling facility at 84 Golden Knights Boulevard, based upon the evidence presented and include the conditions recommended by staff as they satisfactorily address the factors set forth in Sec. 34-76 of the Code.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this request at their April 6, 2022 meeting and recommended approval (4-2), with staff’s conditions and the following four additional conditions:
1. The stock pile areas be treated as impervious surface for stormwater calculations.
2. A 50 foot tree preservation buffer be in the front along Golden Knight Blvd be required but a reduction on the north and west buffers to 25 feet.
3. The quarterly report for testing be shared with the City of Titusville every quarter.
4. The emergency response procedures be reviewed and approved by staff during the site plan review process. One member voted no because this location is too close to the Indian River Lagoon. One member voted no because of the location and concerns with chemicals and runoff.

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this request at their May 11, 2022 meeting and recommended (6:1) with the following conditions:
1. Enhanced buffers (25ft North and West, 30ft East, and 50ft South).
2. A 6ft tall opaque fence to the south (Golden Knights Blvd), to be located behind the required natural landscape 50ft buffer.
3. A sound continuation barrier interior of the buffers to limit the sound to 65 dB at property line is required. 
4. A water-based dust suppression system required on site.
5. A sound study is required to be submitted to the City for their review and approval
6. All State required reports on testing of air, water, soils, etc. must be provided to the City of Titusville. 
7. All emergency response procedures be provided to the City to be reviewed and accepted by the City during site review process. 
8. All stockpile areas shall be treated as impervious surface for the stormwater calculations during site development permitting. 
9. Operations to be from 7am-4pm Monday-Friday. 
10. All on-site equipment must use the white noise backup sound. 

E. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) No. 1-2021 Windover Parcel 22 3532-00-9 – Approve SSA No. 1-2021 and approve Ordinance No. 21-2022 amending the FLUM by changing the land use designation from Conservation and Commercial Low Intensity to Conservation, Commercial Low Intensity and Low Density Residential land use finding this consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the Land Development Regulations.

and

Approve Ordinance No. 22-2022 finding this rezoning is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the rezoning criteria set forth in Section 34-40 of the Land Development Regulations. This recommendation is based upon the staff analysis, information and evidence presented, and in accordance with the City Charter of the City of Titusville, the Code of Ordinances and Land Development Regulations, Section 34-40 of the Code, the adopted comprehensive plan and the provisions of Chapter 163 and 166, Florida Statutes.

On April 20, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommended denial (6-1) of SSA #1-2021. The reasons provided were that two houses can already be built in the OR zoning district, that the R-1B zoning is too intense, and concerns about the impact to the trees.


May 24th, 2022
City Council Meeting 6:30pm

5. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Employee of the Month for May 2022 – Recognize the Employee of the Month for May 2022.

B. Letters of Appreciation – A list of employee names that received letters of appreciation is included in the agenda packet.

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Titusville Historic Preservation Board (HPB) – Leave of Absence – Approve Historic Preservation Board Regular Member Rosalie (Roz) Foster’s request for a seven month leave of absence from the Historic Preservation Board meetings for the months of June 2022 through December 2022.

B. North Brevard Library District Board – The North Brevard Library District Board’s Semi-Annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is requested.

C. Titusville Housing Authority – Reappoint Regular Member Fletcher Portlock to the Titusville Housing Authority for a term to expire on May 31, 2026. The member is appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the City Council.

D. Titusville Environmental Commission (TEC) Recommendation – Right to Clean Water Charter Amendment – Consider the TEC’s recommendation to approve the Right to Clean Water Charter Amendment for inclusion on the November 2022 Ballot.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Change Order #3 to Contract #21-B-017 with Gregori Construction, Inc for Additional Work – Approve Change Order #3 in the amount of $15,775 to Contract #21-B-017 with Gregori Construction, Inc. of Titusville, FL for additional repair work as requested by the FDOT at the corner of the Titusville High School entrance and S. Washington Ave. and authorize the City Manager to execute the change order.

B. Amendment No.1 for Engineering Services for the Mourning Dove WTP Sand Filter Rehabilitation Project. – Approve the award of Amendment No. 1 to Work Order #WPWR008 to Wright-Pierce, Inc. Orlando FL in the amount of $68,200 to provide engineering consulting services for the review and upgrade to the Mourning Dove sand filter SCADA system and authorize the Mayor to execute the work order.

C. Approve the addition of vendors to the approved over $15,000 Vendor of Record (VOR) – Approve the addition of vendors to the approved over $15,000 Vendor of Record (VOR) subject to the appropriation of funds for FY 2022.

D. Award of Contract for Construction of the Area III Wellfield Electrical Project – Approve award of a Contract for Bid No. 22-B-014 to Eau Gallie Electric, of Melbourne, FL for construction of the Area III Wellfield Electrical project in the amount of $664,000, authorize the Mayor to execute the contract, and approve the necessary budget amendment.

E. Amendment #2 to Indian River Ave Force Main Replacement Design Work Order – Approve an amendment to Work Order #AECOMWR013 with AECOM Technical Services, Inc in the amount of $58,754 to provide additional engineering services including, but not limited to, additional geotechnical and environmental services and authorize the Mayor to execute the amendment.

F. Work Order for Design and Engineering Services for Replacement of the Seminole Lift Station and Demolition of the Bayview Lift Station – Approve the award of Work Order #CDMWR011 to CDM Smith, Inc. in the amount of $462,195.88 to provide engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, the preparation of design drawings and specifications, permitting, bidding assistance, and construction administration services to demolish the existing Bayview Lift Station (LS) and divert its sanitary sewer collection system to a new Seminole LS and authorize the Mayor to execute the work order.

G. Engagement Letter from Attorney Christopher Roe of Bryant Miller Olive – Authorize approval of the Engagement Letter of Representation from Attorney Christopher Roe of Bryant Miller Olive.

H. City of Titusville Letters of Support for Titusville Playhouse Grant Applications for State of Florida Division of Arts and Culture Grant – Authorize the Mayor to sign Letters of Support for two (2) Titusville Playhouse grant applications for Florida Division of Arts and Culture Grants.

I. Purchase of Servers for the Mourning Dove Water Treatment Plant – Approve the award for purchase of two servers and cables to Dell Technologies in the amount of $63,101.48 for the Mourning Dove Water Treatment Plant and authorize the Mayor to authorize this purchase.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 23-2022 – Adult Day Care Facilities – Conduct the first reading and the first public hearing for Ordinance No. 23-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to create Adult Day Care as a limited use and setting forth conditions for Adult Day Care as a limited use in certain zoning categories by creating Chapter 28 “Zoning” Section 28-90 “Adult day care” and amending Section 28-54 “Use table”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the first of two required public hearings. The second and final hearing is scheduled to be conducted by City Council on June 14, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance at their meeting on May 18, 2022 and recommended approval with the elimination of the proposed UMU limitation in (c)(2) related to DeLeon Avenue and Park Avenue.

B. Ordinance No. 24-2022 – Billboards Adjoining Interstate – 95 – Conduct the first reading and the first public hearing of Ordinance No. 24-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to establish specific standards for billboards adjoining the I-95 right-of-way by amending Sections 28-102 “Billboard” and 32-26 “Bench signs, bus benches, bus shelters and billboards”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the first of two required public hearings. The second and final public hearing is scheduled to be conducted by City Council on June 14, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on May 18, 2022 and recommended approval, 6-1. The member opposed provided no explanation.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 25-2022 Updating the Water Resources Technical Specifications – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 25-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by, amending Chapter 30, Article 1 “General Provisions”, Division 4, “Technical Manuals” Section 30-8 “Technical Manuals” by adding subsection (i) incorporating the 2022 Water Resources Technical Specifications; by revising existing language for clarification; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date, and incorporation into the Code. (This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing is scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on June 14, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.)

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. City Hall LED Sign – Design Advisability – Make a design recommendation based on LED Sign designs submitted in presentation.

B. Advisability Regarding City-Owned Property (Parcel ID: 23-35-11-00-1) – Advise staff of Council’s intentions and objectives for City owned property, Parcel ID 23-35-11-00-1.

C. Resolution No. 12-2022 Authorizing State Revolving Fund Loans for Project WW05035 and Project WW05034 – Adopt Resolution No. 12-2022 authorizing the City to apply for and enter into two loan agreements with the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF). SRF Project WW05035 includes funding for the design of the Lime Street Lift Station, Riverside Drive Force Main, and Sisson Road Force Main Improvements. SRF Project WW05034 includes funding for the construction of Indian River Force Main Improvements. It is also recommended City Council approve the necessary related budget amendments.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)


May 9th, 2022
Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting 5:30pm

6.    SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS AND PRESENTATIONS        
A.    Titusville Playhouse, Inc. Future Development Update        
Representatives of the Titusville Playhouse, Inc. (TPI) will provide an update on the TPI’s future development plans.        

7.    OLD BUSINESS    
A.    Hanging Basket Presentation and Pilot Options        
Accept presentation and provide direction        

8.    NEW BUSINESS        
A.    Ordinance No 14-2022 – Car Rental Agencies in Downtown Mixed Use District – Midtown Sub-district 
Review Ordinance No. 14-2022 and make a recommendation to the City Council.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on April 6, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended adoption, striking the prohibition against recreational vehicles

(The second public hearing of this ordinance is scheduled to be conducted by City Council on April 26, 2022 at 6:30 PM.)

B.    Commercial Beautification Grant – 422 Julia Street.        
Approve the award of a Commercial Beautification Grant in the amount of $40,000 to the Titusville Playhouse Inc. for property located at 422 Julia Street, and authorize the City Manager to execute the grant agreement.        

C.    Commercial Beautification Grant –  428 Julia Street       
Approve the award of a Commercial Beautification Grant in the amount of $40,000 to the Titusville Playhouse Inc. for property located at 428 Julia Street., and authorize the City Manager to sign the grant agreement.        

D.    CRA Redevelopment Plan Update        
Provide input to S&ME, Inc., the consultant preparing the update to the CRA Redevelopment Plan, on the consultant’s research and findings to date.           

9.    PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT        

10.    EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS REPORT        
A.    Executive Director’s Report – May        
Receive the Executive Director’s Report.  No action required.        

May 10th, 2022
Regular City Council Meeting @6:30pm

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Historic Preservation Board – Accept the resignation of Alternate Member Jean Caramanna-Collins of the Historic Preservation Board. The resignation was effective on April 25, 2022. Additionally, appoint one alternate member to the Historic Preservation Board with an unexpired term to expire on October 31, 2022. 

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Compensation Study Analysis Contract – Approve the use of the City of Punta Gorda Contract #R2021101/SVC-COMPBENESSTUDY/2122, effective through 06/30/2022, to retain Evergreen Solutions, LLC from Tallahassee, Florida to conduct a compensation study in the amount of $18,500. Additionally, authorize the City Manager to execute the contract upon satisfaction of terms and conditions through review by the City Manager and City Attorney.

B. Advisability – Update Approved Tree List in Landscaping Technical Manual – Approve advisability to advertise an ordinance amending Table 1, Section 5 of the City of Titusville Landscaping Technical Manual to remove Wild Date Palm (Phoenix sylvestris) from the list of approved canopy trees.

C. Resolution No. 11-2022 – Extending Deadline for Right-of-Way Vacate No. 2-2021 – Aguinaldo Avenue – Adopt Resolution No. 11-2022 amending Resolution No. 39-2021 extending the deadline to November 18, 2022 to allow the applicant to provide easements required as a condition of Right-of-Way Vacate No. 2-2021, Aguinaldo Avenue.

D. Approval of Travel Expenses for Historic Preservation Board Member to Attend the Preservation on Main Street Conference – Approve the travel for a member of the Historic Preservation Board to attend the Preservation on Main Street Conference in Deland, Florida on July 27 – 29, 2022.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No 14-2022 – Car Rental Agencies in Downtown Mixed Use District – Midtown Sub-district – Conduct the second public hearing for Ordinance No. 14-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to permit car rental agencies as a limited use in Downtown Mixed Use District (DMU)– Midtown sub-district by amending Sections 28-54 “Use table” and 28-107 “Car rental agencies”; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; an effective date and for incorporation into the code. (This item was tabled from the April 26, 2022 meeting to receive a recommendation from the CRA, which will be presented to Council at the meeting.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on April 6, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended approval, striking prohibition on recreational vehicles.

B. 2022-2026 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Plan and 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan – Conduct public hearing on the City’s CDBG 2022-2026 Consolidated Plan and 2022/2023 Annual Action Plan, and approve submittal to HUD.

Second Reading, Public Hearing and Related Action (Quasi-judicial) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO QUASI-JUDICIAL RULES OF PROCEDURE. ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK ON AN ITEM MUST FIRST COMPLETE AN AGENDA SIGN-UP CARD AND SIGN THE OATH  CONTAINED THEREON. THOSE SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF A REQUEST WILL BE HEARD FIRST. IF YOU HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS, SKETCHES, OR DOCUMENTS THAT YOU DESIRE FOR CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER, THEY MUST BE SUBMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND WILL BE RETAINED BY THE CITY. SUBMIT THESE EXHIBITS TO THE CITY CLERK.

C. Conditional Use Permit No. 3-2022 for a School (Public or Private) at 2600 S. Park Avenue, Park Avenue Baptist Church – Conduct the public hearing and approve Conditional Use Permit No. 3-2022 to allow an expansion of an existing private school on the campus of the Park Avenue Baptist Church, 2600 South Park Avenue.

On May 4, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) recommended and voted to approve CUP#3-2022 – Park Avenue Baptist Church School with staff recommendation #1 which is as follows: 1. As a condition of approval, parking for the school shall be designated by signage to ensure that school parking spaces meet the required twenty-five (25) foot front setback line in the R-1B zoning district. The Planning and Zoning Commission did not approve the staff recommendation #2. Approved with a 6 yes, 1 no vote. Chairwoman Speidel voted no because she feels additional construction is needed (covered walkway).

D. Conditional Use Permit No. 1-2022 to Increase the Allowable Height for a Hotel and Two Multi-family Buildings in the Urban Village (UV) Zoning District for Property Located at 3550 South Washington Ave. – Conduct the public hearing and approve Conditional Use Permit No. 01-2022 to maximize the allowable height per the master plan for two multifamily buildings (labeled as F and G) and hotel on property located at 3550 South Washington Avenue with conditions.
On May 4, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) considered this request and recommended approval with staff recommendations as presented. Approved with a 7-0 vote.

E. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) No. 1-2021 Windover Parcel 22 3532-00-9 
The applicant has requested this item be tabled to the regular City Council meeting of June 14, 2022 at 6:30 – P.M.

Conduct the public hearing for ordinances related SSA No. 1-2021 to amend the Future Land Use Map and rezone property located south of State Road 405, just west of Windover Way. The Land Use Amendment is a legislative item and the Rezoning is a quasi-judicial item.

Ordinance No. 21-2022 – Amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the Comprehensive Plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the future land use map, by changing the land use designation on approximately 13 acres of property located on the south side of Columbia Boulevard (State Road 405) just west of Windover Way, Parcel I.D. Number 22-35-32-00-9, from Conservation and Commercial Low Intensity Future Land Use to Conservation, Commercial Low Intensity and Low-Density Residential Future Land Use Designations; and providing for an effective date; and Ordinance No. 22-2022 – Amending Ordinance No. 05-1993 of the City of Titusville, by amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the Community Commercial (CC) and Open Space and Recreation (OR) zoning districts to the Community Commercial (CC), Open Space and Recreation (OR) and Single-Family Medium Density Residential (R-1b) zoning districts on approximately 13 acres +/- of property located on the south side of Columbia Boulevard (State Road 405) just west of Windover Way, Parcel I.D. 22-35-32-00-9; and providing for an effective date.

On April 20, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommended denial, 6-1. The reasons provided were that two houses can already be built in the OR zoning district and that they R-1B zoning is too intense and there were concerns about the impact to the trees.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Mid-Year 2022 Financial Review – Accept the FY 2022 Mid-Year Financial Review and approve the proposed budget amendment for Fiscal Year 2022, as of March 31, 2022.

B. City Hall LED Sign – Design Advisability – Make a design recommendation based on LED Sign designs submitted in presentation.

C. Advisability Regarding City-Owned Property (Parcel ID: 23-35-11-00-1) – Advise staff of Council’s intentions and objectives for City owned property, Parcel ID 23-35-11-00-1.

D. Approval of Final Plat and Covenants, and Acceptance of Easements and Performance Bonds for Brookshire Subdivision – Approve the final plat and covenants for Brookshire subdivision, and accept performance bonds for completion of required infrastructure and required utility easements.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

14. MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS
A. Mayor’s Report – The Mayor’s Report is included in the agenda packet.
B. Council Reports – City Council Members will provide their individual reports.

15. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT
A. City Manager’s Report – The City Manager’s Report is included in the agenda packet.

16. CITY ATTORNEY’S REPORT

April 26th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 5:30pm

SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Employee of the Month – April 2022 – Recognize the Employee of the Month for April 2022. No action is requested.

B. Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) for FY2021 – Presentation of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 annual audit of the City of Titusville, as prepared by the accounting firm of James Moore, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants. No action is requested.

C. PFM Financial Advisors, LLC presentation for end of fiscal year 2021 and first quarter of fiscal year 2022 – PFM Financial Advisors will provide the presentation. No action is requested.

D. Traffic Calming Program – There will be a presentation on Traffic Calming Program Changes. No action is requested.

E. Letters of Appreciation – A list of employee names that received letters of appreciation is included in the agenda packet. No action is requested.


April 26th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Student Advisory Council Annual Report – The 2021/2022 Student Advisory Council Annual Report, including the recommendations and goals for 2022/2023, will be presented. No action is requested.

B. Student Advisory Council Scholarships – Award scholarships to three (3) seniors: Jacob Phillips of Titusville High School, Benjamin Hamilton of the North Brevard Home School Association and Emilee Ellis of Astronaut High School.

C. 2022/2023 Student Advisory Council Membership Appointments – Confirm the proposed slate of students as members of the 2022/2023 Student Advisory Council, as appointed by their respective schools.

D. Titusville Housing Authority – The Titusville Housing Authority’s Semi-Annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is requested.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Resolution No. 9-2022 – Commending Outstanding Students from North Brevard Area Schools – Approve Resolution No. 9-2022 commending outstanding students from North Brevard Area Schools for 2021-2022.

B. Purchase of a Titrator for Laboratory Services – Approve Metrohm USA, Inc. as a sole-source provider for the purpose of purchasing a Model 916 Ti-Touch Titrator, accessories and service contract in the amount of $27,485.28 for the Laboratory Services Division, and authorize the issuance of a purchase order. In addition, approve the standardization of Metrohm USA, Inc. Ti-Touch Titrator equipment and extension of Vendor of Record status for Metrohm USA, Inc. to include parts, service, and supplies for titration equipment.

C. Purchase of Replacement Tow Behind Portable Air Compressor – Approve the purchase of a Doosan 2022 Towable 250 CFM Diesel Driven Air Compressor in the amount of $36,739 from Air Centers of Florida, approve a budget amendment, and authorize the issuance of the purchase order.

D. Funding De-Obligation Letter for DEO Grant G0018 – Approve the funding de-obligation letter from the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) for Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Award G0018 and authorize the Mayor to sign the letter.

E. Participation in the State of Florida Opioid Litigation Settlements – Accept and authorize the City Manager to execute the Settlement Participation Forms and any releases that may be necessary to finalize settlements pursuant to the Settlement Agreements dated March 29, 2022, between the State of Florida and Teva, CVS and Allergan Pharmaceuticals.

F. Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report for the City of Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency – Accept the City of Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report.

G. First Amendment to Interlocal Agreement with Brevard County for Hope Hammock Affordable Housing Project – Approve and authorize the execution of the First Amendment to the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Brevard County with regard to the affordable housing project located at 550 S. Brown Avenue.

H. Sand Point Park Baffle Box Design – Approve the award of work order ISSSW001 to Infrastructure Solutions Inc. in the amount of $52,200 for design of a baffle box in the Sand Point Park Basin and authorize the City Manager to execute said work order.

I. Bid Award – Scobie Park Landscape Plantings – Approve the award of bid ITB 22-B-036/RM to Rush Facilities, LLC of Titusville, FL, in the amount of $26,207.16 for Scobie Park Landscape Plantings and authorize issuance of purchase order.

J. Florida Forest Service Urban Forestry Grant – Accept the awarded grant from the Florida Forest Service to conduct an Urban Tree Canopy Assessment, authorize the Mayor to execute any instruments necessary for receipt of the grant award, and approve the Budget Amendment in the amount of $17,000 to add funds to the Community Development, Planning Professional Services Account.

K. Final Ranking for Award of Professional Engineering Services for the City Marina Dock Repairs, Request for Qualifications (RFQ) #22-Q-034, to Cummins Cederberg, Inc of Jupiter, Florida – Approve the rankings and final recommendation of the top ranked firm responding to RFQ #22-Q-034, Professional Engineering Services for City Marina Dock Repairs; and authorize staff to conduct contract negotiations with the recommended firm. Additionally, authorize the Mayor to execute the subsequent negotiated contract upon review and approval from the City Manager and City Attorney.

L. Cross Connection Control Program Services Contract Increase – Increase the approved annual authorized amount for contract #LAKEPLACID_PB_2013_23 with Hydro Designs, Inc. of Melbourne, FL to perform Cross Connection Control Management Services from $140,000 to $200,000 and authorize the Purchasing Department to process change order to increase existing purchase order.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 13-2022 – Marinas and Yacht Basin – Conduct the second reading and final public hearing for Ordinance No. 13-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances related to marinas by amending Sections 28-54 “Use table” and 28-143 “Marina and yacht basin “ to establish marinas and yacht basins as a limited use in the Downtown Mixed Use Uptown and Civic Waterfront sub-districts, and to require appropriate sewage pump-out facilities in marinas servicing boats with on-board facilities, and amending Section 28-324 “Downtown Mixed-Use (DMU) Smart Code” to remove residential mixed-use requirement for marinas; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on April 6, 2022 and unanimously (7-0) recommended approval. The Community Redevelopment Agency considered this ordinance on April 12, 2022 and unanimously (6:0) recommended approval.

B. Ordinance No 14-2022 – Car Rental Agencies in Downtown Mixed Use District – Midtown Subdistrict – It is requested that this item be tabled until May 10, 2022 to allow the Community Redevelopment Agency to review and make a recommendation to Council. Ordinance No. 14-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to permit car rental agencies as a limited use in Downtown Mixed Use District (DMU) – Midtown sub-district by amending Sections 28-54 “Use table” and 28-107 “Car rental agencies”; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; an effective date and for incorporation into the code.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on April 6, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended approval, striking the prohibition on the sale of recreational vehicles.

Second Reading, Public Hearing and Related Action (Quasi-judicial) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO QUASI-JUDICIAL RULES OF PROCEDURE. ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK ON AN ITEM MUST FIRST COMPLETE AN AGENDA SIGN-UP CARD AND SIGN THE OATH CONTAINED THEREON. THOSE SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF A REQUEST WILL BE HEARD FIRST. IF YOU HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS, SKETCHES, OR DOCUMENTS THAT YOU DESIRE FOR CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER, THEY MUST BE SUBMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND WILL BE RETAINED BY THE CITY. SUBMIT THESE EXHIBITS TO THE CITY CLERK.

C. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with Rezoning (SSA) #2-2020 – The Cottages – Table the public hearing and second reading of ordinances for Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA 2-2020) tot the regular City Council meeting on July 26, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. (Staff will also re-advertise the public hearing) Ordinance No. 15-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the future land use designation for approximately 9.7 acres of land located at the southwest corner of Highway U.S. 1 and the Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Commercial High Intensity future land use designation to the Residential Medium Density future land use designation; and

Ordinance No. 16-2022 amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the zoning classification of approximately 15 acres of land located at the southwest corner of the Highway U.S. 1 and Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Community Commercial (CC) zoning classification to the Planned Development (PD) zoning classification.

The land use amendment is a legislative item and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item.

On April 20, 2022 the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, considered this request and tabled the item to their second meeting in July, per the Applicant’s request.

D. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) No. 1-2022 with Annexation (Voluntary Annexation Application No. 1-2022), Correll Palms – This item has been withdrawn by the applicant.

E. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) No. 2-2022 – Sisson Townhomes

Conduct the public hearing of Ordinance No. 19-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the Future Land Use map, by changing the land use designation on approximately 11.82 acres +/- of property located west of Sisson Road, parcel I.D. number 22-35-27-AV-*-106, from the Medium Density Residential future land use to the High Density Residential future land use designation; and providing for an effective date; and Ordinance No. 20-2022 amending Ordinance No. 05-1993 of the City of Titusville, by amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the Multifamily Medium Density Residential (R-2) to the Multifamily High Density Residential (R-3) zoning district on approximately 11.82 acres +/- of property located west of Sisson Road, parcel I.D. number 22-35-27-AV-*-106; and providing for an effective date.

The land use amendment is legislative, and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item.

The Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, considered this item on April 6, 2022 and recommended approval of the FLUM ordinance 6-1 and rezoning with concept plan and max 91 units, 7-0. One member voted against the FLUM ordinance due to potential impact to wellfield and based on staff’s recommendation.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) No. 1-2021 Windover at Windsong – Conduct the first reading of ordinances related SSA No. 1-2021 to amend the Future Land Use Map and rezone property located south of State Road 405, just west of Windover Way. The Land Use Amendment is a legislative item and the Rezoning is a quasi-judicial item.

Ordinance No. 21-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the Comprehensive Plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the future land use map, by changing the land use designation on approximately 13 acres of property located on the south side of Columbia Boulevard (State Road 405) just west of Windover Way, Parcel I.D. Number 22-35-32-00-9, from Conservation and Commercial Low Intensity Future Land Use to Conservation, Commercial Low Intensity and Low-Density Residential Future Land Use Designations; and providing for an effective date; and 

Ordinance No. 22-2022 amending Ordinance No. 05-1993 of the City of Titusville, by amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the Community Commercial (CC) and Open Space and Recreation (OR) zoning districts to the Community Commercial (CC), Open Space and Recreation (OR) and Single-Family Medium Density Residential (R-1b) zoning districts on approximately 13 acres +/- of property located on the south side of Columbia Boulevard (State Road 405) just west of Windover Way, Parcel I.D. 22-35-32-00-9; and providing for an effective date.

On April 20, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommended denial, 6-1. The reasons provided were that two houses can already be built in the OR zoning district and that they R-1B zoning is too intense and there were concerns about the impact to the trees.

11. OLD BUSINESS

A. Comprehensive Plan – Adoption Strategy – Approve the strategy to incorporate portions of the draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan into the adopted comprehensive plan.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)


April 12th, 2022 – Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting 5:30pm

7.    OLD BUSINESS

A.    Fiscal Year 2021 City of Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency Annual Report

Approve the Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report for the City of Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) with the added Financial Audit and approve transmittal of the report to the CRA’s creating municipality (City of Titusville).         

B.    FY 2023 Proposed CRA Budget        

Review and accept the proposed FY 2023 CRA  Budget.        

8.    NEW BUSINESS

A.    Commercial Beautification Grant for Property Located at 315 S. Hopkins Avenue        

Approve the award of a Commercial Beautification Grant in the amount of $12,225 to KH Holdings of Brevard, LLC (Hannah Cairns, Sunrise Bread Company) for property located at 315 S. Hopkins Avenue.        

B.    Advisability on Hearing a Presentation from the Titusville Playhouse, Inc. (TPI) on TPI’s Development Plans        

Provide advisability on whether to hear a short presentation from TPI representatives regarding TPI’s development plans at the May 10th CRA meeting.        

C.    Ordinance No. 13-2022 – Marinas and Yacht Basin        

Review the proposed ordinance and make a recommendation to City Council.

(This item will be considered by City Council on April 12, 2022 and April 26, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

D.    Hanging Basket & Artificial Plants Contract Award        

Recommend approval of award of bid #22-B-029 for the installation of Hanging Baskets & Artificial Plants to JB Lawn Control Inc, Titusville, FL in the amount of $34,491.24 for the initial year installation and $20,661.48 annually for plant replacement for a term of one year with the option of four one year renewals. Additionally approve the associated budget amendment, project creation and issuance of purchase order.        

9.    PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT   


April 12th, 2022 – City Council Meeting 6:30pm

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. North Brevard Commission on Parks and Recreation – The North Brevard Commission on Parks and Recreation’s semi-annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is requested.

B. North Brevard Library District Board – Accept the resignation of Regular Member Rhonda VanZant of the North Brevard Library District Board. The resignation was effective on April 4, 2022.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Contract Award – Citywide Plumbing Services – Approve the award of Citywide Plumbing Services to Alligator Plumbing of Titusville, FL, in the estimated annual amount of $33,750.00 for plumbing services at various City buildings as needed and approve issuance of purchase orders.

B. Work Order #6 – Annual Stormwater and Piping Installation – Approve Work Order #6 to contract CN20B015, Annual Stormwater & Piping Installation in the amount of $18,300 to SDV Services, LLC for inlet replacement, milling and paving on County Club Drive.

C. Hanging Basket & Artificial Plants Contract Award – Approve award of bid #22-B-029 for the installation of Hanging Baskets & Artificial Plants to JB Lawn Control Inc, Titusville, FL in the amount of $34,491.24 for the initial year installation and $20,661.48 annually for plant replacement for a term of one year with the option of four one year renewals. Additionally, authorize the Mayor to execute the contract and approve the associated budget amendment and project creation.

D. Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report for the City of Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency – Accept the City of Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report.

E. Advisability – Code Related to Adult Day Care Facilities – Approve advisability for staff to develop code provisions for adult day care facilities.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 10-2022 – Urban Village (UV) Zoning Height – Conduct the second reading and final public hearing of Ordinance No. 10-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances Chapter 28 “Zoning” to amend the Urban Village (UV) zoning district and height requirements to permit additional height with incentives by amending Section 28-106 “Buildings over 60 feet in height, but not to exceed 100 feet” and Section 28-328 “Urban Village (UV)”; providing for severability, repeals of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the Code. (This is the second reading and final public hearing.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on March 16, 2022 and unanimously (6:0) recommended approval of the ordinance, as presented.

B. Ordinance No 11-2022 – Amending Requirements for Comprehensive Plan – Amendments – Wetlands – Conduct the second reading and public hearing of Ordinance No. 11-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances relating to wetland surveys required for comprehensive plan amendment applications specifically amending the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, Section 4.1.11 “Comprehensive plan amendments, application submittal requirements”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the second reading and public hearing.)

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on March 9, 2022 and unanimously (5:0) recommended approval of the ordinance with the following change to language in 4.1.11 “In the absence of an appropriate regulatory agency, the owner contracts with a qualified wetlands specialist or environmental scientist to allow for a wetlands survey that is based upon a delineation utilizing F.A.C. Ch. 62-340.” The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on March 16, 2022 and unanimously (6:0) recommended approval of the ordinance with the Titusville Environmental Commission’s recommendation, which was to change the language in Section 4.1.11 to say “In the absence of an appropriate regulatory agency the owner contracts with a qualified wetlands specialist or environmental scientist to allow for a wetlands survey that is based upon a delineation utilizing F.A.C. Ch. 62-340.”

C. Ordinance No. 13-2022 – Marinas and Yacht Basin – Conduct the first reading and the first public hearing for Ordinance No. 13-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances related to marinas by amending Sections 28-54 “Use table” and 28-143 “Marina and yacht basin“ to establish marinas and yacht basins as a limited use in the Downtown Mixed Use Uptown and Civic Waterfront sub-districts, and to require appropriate sewage pump-out facilities in marinas servicing boats with on-board facilities, and amending Section 28-324 “Downtown Mixed-Use (DMU) Smart Code” to remove residential mixed-use requirement for marinas; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the first of two required public hearings. The second public hearing is scheduled to be conducted by the City Council on April 26, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance during their meeting on April 6, 2022 and recommended approval, as presented, 7-0.

D. Ordinance No 14-2022 – Car Rental Agencies in Downtown Mixed Use District – Midtown Sub-district – Conduct the first public hearing for Ordinance No. 14-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to permit car rental agencies as a limited use in Downtown Mixed Use District (DMU) – Midtown sub-district by amending Sections 28-54 “Use table” and 28-107 “Car rental agencies”; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; an effective date and for incorporation into the code. (This is the first of two required public hearings. The second public hearing is scheduled to be conducted by City Council on April 26, 2022 at 6:30 PM.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on April 6, 2022 and recommended approval, striking prohibition on RVs, 7-0.

Second Reading, Public Hearing and Related Action (Quasi-judicial) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO QUASI-JUDICIAL RULES OF PROCEDURE. ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK ON AN ITEM MUST FIRST COMPLETE AN AGENDA SIGN-UP CARD AND SIGN THE OATH CONTAINED THEREON. THOSE SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF A REQUEST WILL BE HEARD FIRST. IF YOU HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS, SKETCHES, OR DOCUMENTS THAT YOU DESIRE FOR CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER, THEY MUST BE SUBMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND WILL BE RETAINED BY THE CITY. SUBMIT THESE EXHIBITS TO THE CITY CLERK.

E. Conditional Use Permit (CUP) #2-2022 Independence Recycling –Conduct a Public Hearing on Conditional Use Permit No. 2-2022 to operate a concrete recycling facility at 84 Golden Knights Boulevard. (This is a quasi-judicial item.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this request at their April 6, 2022 meeting and recommended approval, 4-2, with staff’s conditions and the following four additional conditions: 1. The stock pile areas be treated as impervious surface for stormwater calculations. 2. A 50 foot tree preservation buffer be in the front along Golden Knight Blvd be required but a reduction on the north and west buffers to 25 feet. 3. The quarterly report for testing be shared with the City of Titusville every quarter. 4. The emergency response procedures be reviewed and approved by staff during the site plan review process. One member voted no because this location is too close to the Indian River Lagoon. One member voted no because of the location and concerns with chemicals and runoff.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with Rezoning (SSA) No. 2-2020 – The Cottages – Conduct the first reading of ordinances for Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA No. 2-2020):

Ordinance No. 15-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the future land use designation for approximately 9.7 acres of land located at the southwest corner of Highway U.S. 1 and the Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Commercial High Intensity future land use designation to the Residential Medium Density future land use designation; and Ordinance No. 16-2022 amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the zoning classification of approximately 15 acres of land located at the southwest corner of the Highway U.S. 1 and Dairy Road intersection with parcel id number 21-35-28-00-279, from the Community Commercial (CC) zoning classification to the Planned Development (PD) zoning classification.

The land use amendment is a legislative item and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item. (This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing is scheduled to be heard by the City Council on April 26, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, considered this request on April 6, 2022 and tabled until their regular meeting on April 20, 2022.

B. Voluntary Annexation Application No. 1-2022 and Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) Application No. 1-2022 for Correll Palms – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 12-2022 for Voluntary Annexation Application No. 1-2022 and conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 17-2022 (Land use amendment) and Ordinance 18-2022 (Rezoning) for Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application No. SSA 1-2022:

Ordinance No. 12-2022 amending Section 7, Chapter 63-2001, Laws of Florida, special acts of 1963, by annexing certain property located east of Old Dixie Highway having parcel id: 21-35-29-00-778 to be included within the city limits; and Ordinance No. 17-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending thefuture land use map, by changing the land use designation on approximately 29.87 acres of property located east of Old Dixie Highway and west of the intersection of U.S. Highway 1and Oak Grove Road, parcel i.d. numbers 22-35-29-00-793, 21-35-29-00-778, 21-35-28-00-539, 21-35-28-00-520.1, 21-35-28-00-520, 21-35-28-00-535, and 21-35-28-00-522.1, from Commercial Low Intensity, Public/Semi-Public, and residential 4 future land use designation to high density residential future land use designation; andOrdinance No. 18-2022 amending Ordinance Nos. 21-1993, 36-2002, and 8-2008, of the City of Titusville, by amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference bychanging the Hospital Medical (HM) and General Use (GU) zoning districts to the Multifamily High Density Residential (R-3) zoning district on approximately 29.87 acres of propertylocated east of Old Dixie Highway and west of the intersection of U.S. Highway 1 and Oak Grove Road, parcel i.d. numbers 22-35-29-00-793, 21-35-29-00-778, 21-35-28-00-539, 21-35-28-00-520.1, 21-35-28-00-520, 21-35-28-00-535, and 21-35-28-00-522.1.

The land use amendment is legislative, and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item. The final public hearing is scheduled before the City Council on April 26, 2022.

The Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, denied annexation, FLUM and rezoning ordinances, 7-0. It should include a concept plan, Old Dixie functions as a local road and not a collector road, need to address potential eagle’s nest, lack of sufficient or updated information on the wetland.

C. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (SSA) No. 2-2022 Sisson Townhomes – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 19-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Ordinance No. 60-1988, which adopted the comprehensive plan of the City of Titusville, by amending the Future Land Use map, by changing the land use designation on approximately 11.82 acres +/- of property located west of Sisson Road, parcel I.D. number 22-35-27-AV-*-106, from the Medium Density Residential future land use to the High Density Residential future land use designation; and providing for an effective date; and Ordinance No. 20-2022 amending Ordinance No. 05-1993 of the City of Titusville, by amending the zoning map made a part of said ordinance by reference by changing the Multifamily Medium Density Residential (R-2) to the Multifamily High Density Residential (R-3) zoning district on approximately 11.82 acres +/- of property located west of Sisson Road, parcel I.D. number 22-35-27-AV-*-106; and providing for an effective date. 

The land use amendment is legislative, and the rezoning is a quasi-judicial item. (The public hearing on this item is scheduled before the City Council on April 26, 2022.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this item on April 6, 2022 and recommended approval of the FLUM ordinance 6-1 and rezoning with concept plan and max 91 units, 7-0. One member voted against the FLUM ordinance due to potential impact to wellfield and based on staff’s recommendation.

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Ad Valorem Tax Abatement for Tax Year 2021 – Barn Light Electric Company – Approve the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for tax year 2021 for Barn Light Electric Company.

B. Ad Valorem Tax Abatement for Tax Year 2021 – Brix Project Brewery LLC – Approve the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for tax year 2021 and continuation of Ordinance No. 27-2015 for Brix Project Brewery LLC at 100 percent.

C. Ad Valorem Tax Abatement for Tax Year 2021 – Eckler – Industries – Approve the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for tax year 2021 and continuation of Ordinance No. 18-2013 for Eckler Industries Inc. at 90 percent.

D. Ad Valorem Tax Abatement for Tax Year 2021 – Professional Aircraft Accessories – Approve the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for tax year 2021 for Professional Aircraft Accessories at 100 percent.

E. Ad Valorem Tax Abatement for Tax Year 2021 – Paragon Plastics – Approve the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for tax year 2021 and continuation of Ordinance No. 23-2015 for Paragon Plastics at 60 percent.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)


March 22nd, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

CONSENT AGENDA

SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Reserved for Presentations – There may not be adequate time at the regular City Council meeting scheduled for March 22, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. to hear all the presentations as outlined in the agenda. If necessary, the presentation(s) will be heard at this time during the regular City Council meeting on March 22, 2022 that commences at 6:30 p.m.

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Establishment of an Auditor Selection Committee and Selection of the Committee Chairperson – Establish a three member Auditor Selection Committee for the purpose of selecting an auditor to conduct the required annual financial audit; naming a member of the governing board as the Chairperson.

7. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. 2022 Red, White and Boom! July 4th Celebration – Approve staff efforts in coordinating the 2022 Red, White, and Boom! festivities, and authorize the City Manager to put in place all contracting instruments necessary for this event.

B. Advisability – Marinas in the Downtown Mixed Use – Uptown Subdistrict – Approve advisability for staff to review the code relating to marinas as a permitted use in the Downtown Mixed Use-Uptown subdistrict.

C. Resolution No. 8-2022 – Vision Zero – Approve Resolution No. 8-2022 endorsing Vision Zero to achieve zero traffic deaths and serious injuries and directing city staff to begin development of a vision zero action plan.

D. Work Order for Engineering Services for the Lime Street Lift Station Upgrade – Approve the award of Work Order #10 to Wright Pierce, Inc., of Orlando, FL in the amount of $266,400 to provide engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, the preparation of design drawings and specifications, permitting, bidding assistance and construction administration services for the Lime Street Lift Station Upgrade, authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order, and approve a budget amendment to fund the project.

E. Work Order for Engineering Services for Design of the Sisson Road Sewage Force Main Replacement – Approve the award of Work Order #11 to Wright Pierce, Inc., of Orlando, FL in the amount of $334,000 to provide engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, the preparation of design drawings and specifications, permitting, bidding assistance and construction administration services for the Sisson Road force main Improvements, authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order, and approve a budget amendment to fund the project.

F. Change Order #06 to Contract #CN20-B-044 with Wharton-Smith, Inc for changes in work related to construction efforts – Approve Change Order #06 in the amount of $23,088.47 to contract #CN20-B-044 with Wharton-Smith, Inc to include various changes related to construction efforts from the original scope of work, extend the contract time by 3 additional days, and authorize the City Manager to execute the change order.

G. Brevard County Emergency Medical Services Grant Award and associated Budget Amendment – Approve the award for the Brevard County Emergency Services Grant to provide 50% funding toward the purchase of ESO Records Management System including all necessary accessories from the vender ESO for a total cost of $28,265 and to approve the associated budget amendment and to execute any instruments necessary for the receipt of the grant and the purchase of identified ESO system.

H. Approve award of Bid #22-B-023/TB, Titusville Marina Mooring Field Inspection, Repair and Maintenance – Approve award of Bid #22-B-023/TB, Titusville Marina Mooring Field Inspection, Repair and Maintenance in the annual amount of $5,800.00 for inspection services, and optional as-needed repair and maintenance services at the daily rate of $2,200.00 and as-needed diving services daily rate of $2,800.00 and approve issuance of purchase order.

I. Work Order for Engineering Services for Laboratory Facility Renovations – Approve the award of Work Order #10 to CDM Smith of Maitland, FL in the amount of $105,843.68 to provide architectural and engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, the preparation of architectural schematic laboratory layout option and preliminary design drawings for Laboratory Facility Renovations, authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order, and approve a budget amendment in the amount of $56,000 to fully fund the Work Order.

J. Extension of CSG Systems, Inc Contract – Approve and authorize the mayor to sign the 2nd amendment to contract #SV17B005, Printing and Mailing Services to Utility Bills.

K. Amendment No. 1 to State Revolving Fund Loan Agreement DW050330 – Approve Amendment No. 1 to State Revolving Fund Loan Agreement DW050330 and authorize the City Manager to execute on behalf of the City.

L. Purchase of 1/2-ton truck with towing package from Ron Norris Ford – Approve the purchase of 1/2-ton truck with towing package from Ron Norris Ford, Titusville, FL at $34,261.60 and approve a budget amendment in the amount of $2,262.00 to fully fund the vehicle purchase.

M. Florida Division of Emergency Management Lift Station Generator Grant Agreement Funding Increase and Time Extension – Authorize the Mayor to execute Modification #1 to Grant Agreement H0410 with the Florida Division of Emergency Management for the installation of seven (7) standby generators at City lift stations. Modification #1 will increase the funding by $11,200 for subrecipient (City of Titusville) grant management costs and will extend the agreement until September 30, 2022.

N. Subordination Agreement for Hope Hammock Affordable Housing Project Construction Funding – Authorize Mayor to sign Subordination Agreement for the Hope Hammock affordable housing project.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 7-2022 – Home Based Businesses – Conduct the second reading and final public hearing of Ordinance No. 7-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances Chapter 28 “Zoning”, specifically amending Sections 28-342 “Accessory use table” and 28-360 “Home based business” by adding home based business as a limited use in the Indian River City Neighborhood Commercial (IRCN-C) Zoning district and amending standards for home based businesses; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; for an effective date and for incorporation into the code. (This is the second reading and final public hearing.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance during their meeting on March 2, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended approval of the ordinance as written.

B. Ordinance No. 8-2022 Relating to Corrections Related in Townhomes in Indian River City Zoning District – Conduct the second reading and final public hearing of Ordinance No. 8-022 amending the Code of Ordinances to correct an internal inconsistency related to townhomes by amending Section 28-81 “Townhomes” to remove townhomes as a conditional use in the Indian River City Neighborhood –Commercial (IRCN-C) zoning district; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; for an effective date and for incorporation into the code. (This is the second reading and final public hearing.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on March 2, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended approval of the ordinance as written.

C. Ordinance No. 9-2022 – Relating to Solar Facilities – Conduct the second reading and the final public hearing of Ordinance No. 9-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances Chapter 28 “Zoning” to allow solar facilities as a permitted use in the General Use (GU), Light Industrial and Warehousing (M-1), Industrial (M-2), Highway Industrial Infill (M-3) and Planned Industrial Development (PID) zoning districts by amending Section 28-54 “Use Table” and creating Section 28-2555.5 “Solar Facility”; providing for severability, repeals of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the Code. (This is the second reading and final public hearing.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on March 2, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended approval as presented.

D. Ordinance No. 10-2022 – Urban Village (UV) Zoning Height – Conduct the first reading and first public hearing of Ordinance No. 10-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances Chapter 28 “Zoning” to amend the Urban Village (UV) zoning district and height requirements to permit additional height with

incentives by amending Section 28-106 “Buildings over 60 feet in height, but not to exceed 100 feet” and Section 28-328 “Urban Village (UV)”; providing for severability, repeals of conflicting ordinances, an effective date and incorporation into the Code. (The second and final public hearing is scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on April 12, 2022.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on March 16, 2022 and recommended approval of the ordinance, as presented. Motion passed with a 6-0 vote.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 11-2022 – Amending Requirements for Comprehensive Plan Amendments – Wetlands – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 11-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances relating to wetland surveys required for comprehensive plan amendment applications specifically amending the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, Section 4.1.11 “Comprehensive plan amendments, application submittal requirements”; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code. (The public hearing is scheduled for the regular City Council meeting on April 12, 2022.)

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on March 9, 2022 and unanimously (5:0) recommended adoption of the ordinance with the following change to language in 4.1.11 “In the absence of an appropriate regulatory agency, the owner contracts with a qualified wetlands specialist or environmental scientist to allow for a wetlands survey that is based upon a delineation utilizing F.A.C. Ch. 62-340.”

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on March 16, 2022 and recommended approval of the ordinance with the Titusville Environmental Commission’s recommendation which was to change the language in 4.1.11 to say In the absence of an appropriate regulatory agency the owner contracts with a qualified wetlands specialist or environmental scientist to allow for a wetlands survey that is based upon a delineation utilizing F.A.C. Ch. 62-340. Motion passed with a 6-0 vote.

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan – Advisability – Direct the staff to develop and implement a strategy to incorporate portions of the Draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan into the City’s existing (adopted) comprehensive plan.

B. Pharmco Laboratories, Inc. Consent Order and Agreement – Approve the attached Consent Order between the City of Titusville Water Resources Department and Pharmco Laboratories, Inc. and authorize the City Manager to sign the attached Consent Order on behalf of the City of Titusville, FL.

C. Installation of a New Influent Screen at the Osprey Water Reclamation Facility – Approve additional work in the amount of $1,385,988 to contract #CN20-B-044 with Wharton Smith, Inc. to include the Osprey Influent Screen Project, authorize the Mayor to execute the necessary documents, and approve the associated budget amendment required to fully fund the project.

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)


March 22nd, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 5:30pm

CONSENT AGENDA

SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Employee of the Month for March 2022 – Recognize the Employee of the Month for March 2022. No action is requested.

B. Sustainability Action Plan Public Engagement Report – A presentation on the Sustainability Action Plan Public Engagement Report will be provided. No action is requested.

C. Vision Zero – Kim Smith, Education and Safety Coordinator, Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) will provide a presentation on Vision Zero. No action is requested.

D. Draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan – Status – Staff will provide a presentation on the status of the Draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan. No action is requested.

E. Letters of Appreciation – A list of employee names that received letters of appreciation is included in the agenda packet. No action is requested.


March 8th, 2022 – Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting Meeting 5:30pm

NEW BUSINESS        

A.    Purchase of Twelve (12) Six (6) Foot Aluminum Park Benches for Sand Point Park        

Recommend the City Council approve the Community Redevelopment Agency’s (CRA) purchase of twelve (12) six (6) foot aluminum park benches with seat backs from Swartz Associates, Inc. of Naples, Florida in the amount of $4,750 per the Manatee County Contract of Award Agreement No. 21-0053-MR, effective 09/01/2020 through 08/31/2023.  Additionally, recommend the City Council authorize the Executive Director/City Manager to direct the Purchasing and Contracts Division to  issue the purchase order necessary for the acquisition.

B.    Purchase and Installation of Two (2) Shade Structures from USA Shade & Fabric Structures for the Marina Dog Park Facility        

City Council approve the Community Redevelopment Agency’s (CRA) purchase and installation of two (2) thirty (30) foot by twenty (20) foot cantilever shade structures from USA Shade & Fabric Structures, of Dallas, Texas, in the amount of $65,110.76 per the Sourcewell Cooperative Contract #010521-LTS-6, effective 02/17/2021 through 02/17/2025. .  Additionally, authorize the Executive Director/City Manager to direct the Purchasing and Contracts Division to issue the necessary purchasing tools for the acquisition and installation.        

C.    FY2022 Annual Road Resurfacing Project Contract Award        

Approve the award of FY22 Annual Road Resurfacing Project to VA Paving of Cocoa, FL in the amount of $1,096,385 for the construction of paving improvements at various locations within the City of Titusville including street within the CRA, and authorize the Mayor to execute said contract upon review and approval of City Attorney and staff. Additionally approve associated budget amendments.         

D.    Purchase of 3 Gridsmart Detection Cameras        

Approve the use of FDOT contract for APL Traffic Equipment #DOT-ITB-21-9049-SJ effective November 4, 2019 through November 3, 2022, for the purchase of three (3) Gridsmart Single Camera Detection Systems in the amount of $43,425 from Cubic ITS, Inc. of Sugar Land, TX to be installed at three intersections within the downtown. Additionally authorize the City Manager to approve the purchase order to process this acquisition. Additionally approve the associated project creation and budget amendment.         

9.    PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT


March 8th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

CONSENT AGENDA

A. Funding for Certified Production Technician (CPT) Scholarship Program – Approve the funding request from the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast in the amount of $20,000 for the Certified Production Technician (CPT) Scholarship Program at Eastern Florida State College.

B. Jess Parrish Medical Foundation Grant Award for emergency medical services (EMS) equipment – Accept the grant award from Jess Parrish Medical Foundation for $7,194 to purchase six (6) King Vision Laryngoscope Kits from vendor of record, Bound Tree Medical. Additionally, approve associated budget amendment.

C. Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plan – Approve the Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plan for inclusion in the CDBG grant program and authorize submittal to HUD.

D. Participation in State of Florida Settlement With Opioid Manufacturer Endo Pharmaceuticals – Accept and authorize the City Manager to execute the Subdivision Settlement Participation Form and any releases that may be necessary to finalize settlement pursuant to the Settlement Agreement dated January 15, 2022, between the State of Florida and Endo Pharmaceuticals (“Endo Settlement”).

E. Award of Contract for Construction Causeway Lift Station Improvements – Approve award of a Contract for Bid No.22-B-022/LR to Danus Utilities, Inc., of Sanford, FL for the construction of the Causeway Lift Station Improvements in the amount of $775,825 and authorize the Mayor to execute the Contract upon approval by the City Attorney’s Office and the Purchasing Division.

F. Citywide Vehicle Purchases – Approve the purchase of four replacement vehicles for the Water Resources Department, one new vehicle for Support Services and one replacement vehicle for Community Development in the amount of $218,021 to Ron Norris Ford of Titusville, FL and in the amount of $79,727 to Step One Automotive dba/ Ford Crestview of Crestview FL. Also approve the attached budget amendments to fully fund each capital outlay project for the purchases.

G. Advisability – Application Requirements for Future Land Use Map Amendments – Approve advisability for staff to review and propose changes, if necessary, to the application requirements for Future Land Use Map amendments.

9. ORDINANCES – SECOND READING, PUBLIC HEARING AND RELATED ACTION

A. Ordinance No. 4-2022 – Tranquility Community Development District (CDD) – Conduct the public hearing for Ordinance No. 4-2022 granting the petition for an ordinance to establish the Tranquility Community Development District, pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes (2021), Concerning that certain approximately 455.76 +/- acres of land; describing the petition to establish the Tranquility Community Development District; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; and an effective date.

B. Ordinance No. 3-2022 Relating to Tree Survey Requirements – Conduct the public hearing for Ordinance No. 3-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to differentiate tree survey requirements for developments meeting minimum tree canopy standards and commercial, industrial and residential developments not required to meet minimum tree canopy standards by amending Section 30-40 “Tree survey required before permit”, and amending Sections 6.1 “Master plan submittal requirements”, 11.1 “Sketch plat required submittals”, 12.1 “Preliminary plat required submittals”, 14.2 “Pre-application meeting” and 14.5 “Site plan required exhibits” of the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, and Sections 2.3 “Tree protection/removal”; and amending Section 2.5 “Tree protection during construction” of the “Environmental Protection Technical Manual” to amend requirements for pavement and grade changes within a critical root zone; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on January 12, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended denial of the ordinance as proposed. The TEC voted unanimously to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following recommended changes to Section 30-40:

1. Restore number 1 in Section (c) as it was;

2. Change number 2 in Section (c) to say “For all sites the applicant shall provide the following:”

3. In Section (c) (2) (a) at the end of the first sentence add after the “greater” the words “in the area of alteration”;

4. In Section (c) (2) (a) in the second sentence, change the words “tree survey” to “tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater”; and

5. Remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and 1,2,3,4.

Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) considered this ordinance on January 19, 2022. The P&Z made a motion to deny as presented, 7-0. The P&Z made a motion to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following Titusville Environmental Commission recommendations with changes to Section 30-40. Restore number 1 in Section (C) as it was, change number 2 in Section (C) to say For all sites the applicant shall provide the following: In Section (C) 2 A. at the end of the first sentence add after the word “greater” in the development area. In Section (C) 2 A in the second sentence change the words “tree survey” to tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater. Also, remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and E 1,2,3,4. This motion also includes a recommendation to replace staff’s recommendations in the Technical Manual with a reference to see Section 30-40 of the ordinance. Motion approved unanimously 7-0 vote. The P&Z made a motion to request that City Council investigate the ramifications of keeping or deleting Section 30-40 (C) (1). Motion passed 6 yes, 1 no vote. One member stated that the P&Z already investigates issues and provides recommendation to Council.

(This item was tabled from the February 8, 2022 City Council meeting)

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with Rezoning, SSA 1-2021 – SW Corner of SR 405 and Windover Way – Staff is recommending tabling of the first reading to March 8, 2022, as additional information is needed. (The public hearing is scheduled to be held at the regular City Council meeting on March 22, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.)

At their meeting on February 16, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, tabled this agenda item to their regular meeting on March 2, 2022. The motion carried 7-0.

11. OLD BUSINESS

A. Advisability – Amending Conditional Use Permit Requirements for Height in Urban Village (UV) Zoning District – Provide direction to staff regarding the advisability of amending the Conditional Use Permit requirements for height in the Urban Village (UV) zoning district.

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Establishment of an Audit Services Selection Committee and Selection of Committee Chairperson – Establish an Auditor Selection Committee consisting of three (3) members; with at least one committee member of the governing body, who shall serve as the chair of the committee in compliance with Florida Statues 219.391(2). Additionally, appoint a member of the current governing body to serve as the chairperson of this committee.

B. Approval of Final Plat and Acceptance of Covenants and Performance Bonds for Verona Village D – Approve the Final Plat, and covenants for Verona Village D, and accept performance bonds for required infrastructure, and sidewalks. (This agenda item is quasi-judicial.)

13. PETITIONS AND REQUESTS FROM THE PUBLIC PRESENT (NON-AGENDA ITEMS)

Full Agenda Meeting Packet with all information regarding the meeting agenda items

February 22nd, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 5:30pm

4. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Employee of the Month – February 2022 – Recognize the Employee of the Month for February 2022. No action is requested.

B. Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area Plan (NRSA) – There will be a presentation on the NRSA and recognition of the community participants. No action is requested.

C. Gateway Landscape Project and Entry Signage Concepts – Staff will provide an update on the gateway landscape project and the entry signage concepts. No action is requested. (This item was tabled at the regular City Council meeting on January 25, 2022 at 5:30 p.m.)

D. Parks and Open Space Ordinance – Staff will provide a presentation on the draft parks and open space ordinance. No action is requested.

February 22nd, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Reserved for Presentations – There may not be adequate time at the regular City Council meeting scheduled for February 22, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. to hear all the presentations as outlined in the agenda. If necessary, the presentation(s) will be heard at this time during the regular City Council meeting on February 22, 2022 that commences at 6:30 p.m.

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Summary of Absences by Member of the Titusville Environmental Commission – Review the member’s absences and provide staff with direction.

A. Funding for Certified Production Technician (CPT) Scholarship Program – Approve the funding request from the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast in the amount of $20,000 for the Certified Production Technician (CPT) Scholarship Program at Eastern Florida State College.

B. Jess Parrish Medical Foundation Grant Award for emergency medical services (EMS) equipment – Accept the grant award from Jess Parrish Medical Foundation for $7,194 to purchase six (6) King Vision Laryngoscope Kits from vendor of record, Bound Tree Medical. Additionally, approve associated budget amendment.

C. Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plan – Approve the Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plan for inclusion in the CDBG grant program and authorize submittal to HUD.

D. Participation in State of Florida Settlement With Opioid Manufacturer Endo Pharmaceuticals – Accept and authorize the City Manager to execute the Subdivision Settlement Participation Form and any releases that may be necessary to finalize settlement pursuant to the Settlement Agreement dated January 15, 2022, between the State of Florida and Endo Pharmaceuticals (“Endo Settlement”).

E. Award of Contract for Construction Causeway Lift Station Improvements – Approve award of a Contract for Bid No.22-B-022/LR to Danus Utilities, Inc., of Sanford, FL for the construction of the Causeway Lift Station Improvements in the amount of $775,825 and authorize the Mayor to execute the Contract upon approval by the City Attorney’s Office and the Purchasing Division.

F. Citywide Vehicle Purchases – Approve the purchase of four replacement vehicles for the Water Resources Department, one new vehicle for Support Services and one replacement vehicle for Community Development in the amount of $218,021 to Ron Norris Ford of Titusville, FL and in the amount of $79,727 to Step One Automotive dba/ Ford Crestview of Crestview FL. Also approve the attached budget amendments to fully fund each capital outlay project for the purchases.

G. Advisability – Application Requirements for Future Land Use Map Amendments – Approve advisability for staff to review and propose changes, if necessary, to the application requirements for Future Land Use Map amendments.

A. Ordinance No. 4-2022 – Tranquility Community Development District (CDD) – Conduct the public hearing for Ordinance No. 4-2022 granting the petition for an ordinance to establish the Tranquility Community Development District, pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes (2021), Concerning that certain approximately 455.76 +/- acres of land; describing the petition to establish the Tranquility Community Development District; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; and an effective date.

B. Ordinance No. 3-2022 Relating to Tree Survey Requirements – Conduct the public hearing for Ordinance No. 3-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to differentiate tree survey requirements for developments meeting minimum tree canopy standards and commercial, industrial and residential developments not required to meet minimum tree canopy standards by amending Section 30-40 “Tree survey required before permit”, and amending Sections 6.1 “Master plan submittal requirements”, 11.1 “Sketch plat required submittals”, 12.1 “Preliminary plat required submittals”, 14.2 “Pre-application meeting” and 14.5 “Site plan required exhibits” of the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, and Sections 2.3 “Tree protection/removal”; and amending Section 2.5 “Tree protection during construction” of the “Environmental Protection Technical Manual” to amend requirements for pavement and grade changes within a critical root zone; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on January 12, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended denial of the ordinance as proposed. The TEC voted unanimously to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following recommended changes to Section 30-40:

1. Restore number 1 in Section (c) as it was;

2. Change number 2 in Section (c) to say “For all sites the applicant shall provide the following:”

3. In Section (c) (2) (a) at the end of the first sentence add after the “greater” the words “in the area of alteration”;

4. In Section (c) (2) (a) in the second sentence, change the words “tree survey” to “tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater”; and

5. Remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and 1,2,3,4.

Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) considered this ordinance on January 19, 2022. The P&Z made a motion to deny as presented, 7-0. The P&Z made a motion to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following Titusville Environmental Commission recommendations with changes to Section 30-40. Restore number 1 in Section (C) as it was, change number 2 in Section (C) to say For all sites the applicant shall provide the following: In Section (C) 2 A. at the end of the first sentence add after the word “greater” in the development area. In Section (C) 2 A in the second sentence change the words “tree survey” to tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater. Also, remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and E 1,2,3,4. This motion also includes a recommendation to replace staff’s recommendations in the Technical Manual with a reference to see Section 30-40 of the ordinance. Motion approved unanimously 7-0 vote. The P&Z made a motion to request that City Council investigate the ramifications of keeping or deleting Section 30-40 (C) (1). Motion passed 6 yes, 1 no vote. One member stated that the P&Z already investigates issues and provides recommendation to Council.

(This item was tabled from the February 8, 2022 City Council meeting)

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment with Rezoning, SSA 1-2021 – SW Corner of SR 405 and Windover Way – Staff is recommending tabling of the first reading to March 8, 2022, as additional information is needed. (The public hearing is scheduled to be held at the regular City Council meeting on March 22, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.)

At their meeting on February 16, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, tabled this agenda item to their regular meeting on March 2, 2022. The motion carried 7-0.

11. OLD BUSINESS

A. Advisability – Amending Conditional Use Permit Requirements for Height in Urban Village (UV) Zoning District – Provide direction to staff regarding the advisability of amending the Conditional Use Permit requirements for height in the Urban Village (UV) zoning district.

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Establishment of an Audit Services Selection Committee and Selection of Committee Chairperson – Establish an Auditor Selection Committee consisting of three (3) members; with at least one committee member of the governing body, who shall serve as the chair of the committee in compliance with Florida Statues 219.391(2). Additionally, appoint a member of the current governing body to serve as the chairperson of this committee.

B. Approval of Final Plat and Acceptance of Covenants and Performance Bonds for Verona Village D – Approve the Final Plat, and covenants for Verona Village D, and accept performance bonds for required infrastructure, and sidewalks. (This agenda item is quasi-judicial.)


February 8th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Titusville Community Service Award Select Committee  Authorize the Mayor to appoint the chairperson and clergy representative for the 2022 Titusville Community Service Award Select Committee, with confirmation by City Council.

B. Titusville Historic Preservation Board (HPB) – Leave of Absence  Approve Historic Preservation Board Member Dennis (Mark) Jonas’ request for a three month leave of absence from February 2022 through April 2022.

C. Board of Adjustments and Appeals – Appoint one regular member to the Board of Adjustments and Appeals for an unexpired term to expire on July 31, 2022.

D. Board of Adjustments and Appeals – The Board of Adjustments and Appeals semi-annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is required.

A. Advisability to Extend Code Enforcement Lien Amnesty Program – Approve advisability to extend the Code Enforcement Lien Amnesty Program for an additional 12 months.

B. Jess Parrish Medical Foundation Grant Award for emergency medical services (EMS) equipment – Accept the grant award from Jess Parrish Medical Foundation for $7,194.00 to purchase six (6) King Vision Laryngoscope Kits from vendor of record, Bound Tree Medical.

C. Purchase and Installation of Two (2) Shade Structures from USA Shade & Fabric Structures for the Marina Dog Park Facility – Approve the Community Redevelopment Agency’s (CRA) purchase and installation of two (2) thirty (30) foot by twenty (20) foot cantilever shade structures from USA Shade & Fabric Structures, of Dallas, Texas, in the amount of $65,110.76 per the Sourcewell Cooperative Contract #010521-LTS-6, effective 02/17/2021 through 02/17/2025. Additionally, authorize the Executive Director/City Manager to direct the Purchasing and Contracts Division to issue a purchase order necessary for the acquisition and installation.

D. Purchase of Twelve (12) Six (6) Foot Aluminum Park Benches for Sand Point Park by the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) – Approve the CRA’s purchase of twelve (12) six (6) foot aluminum park benches with seat backs from Swartz Associates, Inc. of Naples, Florida in the amount of $4,750 per the Manatee County Contract of Award Agreement No. 21-0053-MR, effective 09/01/2020 through 08/31/2023. Additionally, authorize the Executive Director/City Manager to direct the Purchasing and Contracts Division to issue the purchase order necessary for the acquisition.

E. Advisability to Amend the Stormwater Management Technical Manual – Approve advisability for the staff to amend the Stormwater Management Technical Manual.

F. Fiscal Year 2022 Financing Contract for Vehicle and Equipment Purchases and Resolution No. 3-2022 – Award and execute Equipment Schedule No. 3 in accordance with Master Lease Agreement date May 14, 2021, for the purchases of vehicles and equipment, for Fiscal Year 2022, to Bank of America which is an affiliate of Bank of America Public Capital Corporation (“BAPCC”), at a five (5) year tax exempt fixed rate of 1.43% with a closing date of February 9, 2022 and to approve Resolution No. 3-2022.

G. Purchase of 3 Gridsmart Detection Cameras – Approve the use of FDOT contract for APL Traffic Equipment, #DOT-ITB-21-9049-SJ effective November 4, 2019 through November 3, 2022, for the purchase of three (3) Gridsmart Single Camera Detection Systems in the amount of $43,425 from Cubic ITS, Inc. of Sugar Land, TX to be installed at three intersections within the downtown. Additionally, authorize the City Manager to approve the purchase order to process this acquisition. Additionally, approve the associated project creation and budget amendment.

H. Purchase of Vehicle – Public Works – Approve the use of Florida Sheriffs Association Cooperative Purchasing Program contract #FSA20-VEH18.0, Heavy Trucks effective until 9/30/22 to purchase the budgeted vehicle replacement, project Z02222, to Duval Chevrolet of Jacksonville, Florida in the total amount of $119,128 for the purchase of a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado MD 6500 HD Bucket Truck and authorize issuance of a purchase order.

I. FY2022 Annual Road Resurfacing Project Contract Award – Approve the award of FY22 Annual Road Resurfacing Project to VA Paving of Cocoa, FL in the amount of $1,096,385 for the construction of paving improvements at various locations within the City of Titusville including streets within the CRA, and authorize the Mayor to execute said contract upon review and approval of City Attorney and staff. Additionally, approve associated budget amendments.

J. Resolution No. 4-2022 Approving Temporary Closure of State Roads for Special Events – Sculptor School 5 K Run, February 26, 2022 – Approve Resolution No. 4-2022 approving the temporary closure of the A. Max Brewer Bridge on February 26, 2022 for the Sculptor School 5 K Run.

K. Save Our Indian River Lagoon Grants Disclosure Form – Authorize the Mayor to sign the Foreign Influence on Contracts or Grants Having a Value of $100,000 or More Disclosure Form pertaining to Brevard County Save Our Indian River Lagoon Grants.

A. Ordinance No. 3-2022 Relating to Tree Survey Requirements – Conduct the public hearing for Ordinance No. 3-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to differentiate tree survey requirements for developments meeting minimum tree canopy standards and commercial, industrial and residential developments not required to meet minimum tree canopy standards by amending Section 30-40

“Tree survey required before permit”, and amending Sections 6.1 “Master plan submittal requirements”, 11.1 “Sketch plat required submittals”, 12.1 “Preliminary plat required submittals”, 14.2 “Pre-application meeting” and 14.5 “Site plan required exhibits” of the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, and Sections 2.3 “Tree protection/removal”; and amending Section 2.5 “Tree protection during construction” of the “Environmental Protection Technical Manual” to amend requirements for pavement and grade changes within a critical root zone; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on January 12, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended denial of the ordinance as proposed. The TEC voted unanimously to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following recommended changes to Section 30-40: 

1. Restore number 1 in Section (c) as it was; 
2. Change number 2 in Section (c) to say “For all sites the applicant shall provide the following:” 
3. In Section (c) (2) (a) at the end of the first sentence add after the “greater” the words “in the area of alteration”; 
4. In Section (c) (2) (a) in the second sentence, change the words “tree survey” to “tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater”; and 
5. Remove all of (2) A,B,C,D, E and 1,2,3,4.

Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) considered this ordinance on January 19, 2022. The P&Z made a motion to deny as presented, 7-0. The P&Z made a motion to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following:

1. Titusville Environmental Commission recommendations with changes to Section 30-40.
2. Restore number 1 in Section (C) as it was,
3. Change number 2 in Section (C) to say For all sites the applicant shall provide the following:
4. In Section (C) 2 A. at the end of the first sentence add after the word “greater” in the development area.
5. In Section (C) 2 A in the second sentence change the words “tree survey” to tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater.
6. Also, remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and E 1,2,3,4.
7. This motion also includes a recommendation to replace staff’s recommendations in the Technical Manual with a reference to see Section 30-40 of the ordinance. Motion approved unanimously 7-0 vote. 

The P&Z made a motion to request that City Council investigate the ramifications of keeping or deleting Section 30-40 (C) (1). Motion passed 6 yes, 1 no vote. One member stated that the P&Z already investigates issues and provides recommendation to Council.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 4-2022 – Tranquility Community Development District (CDD) – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 4-2022 granting the Petition For An Ordinance To Establish the Tranquility Community Development District, Pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes (2021), Concerning that certain approximately 455.76 +/- acres of land; describing the Petition to establish the Tranquility Community Development District; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; and an effective date. (The second reading and public hearing is scheduled to be conducted by City Council on February 22, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Lump Sum Payout of $25,000 Cancer Benefit in accordance with 112.1816, Florida Statute – Approve a one-time Lump Sum cash payout from the City’s loss fund to pay a $25,000 Cancer Benefit to a city of Titusville Firefighter who met all of the requirements for payment in accordance with 112.1816, Florida Statute.

B. Advisability – Amending Conditional Use Permit Requirements for Height in Urban Village (UV) Zoning District – Provide direction to staff regarding the advisability of amending the Conditional Use Permit requirements for height in the Urban Village (UV) zoning district.


January 25th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

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5. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Reserved for Presentations – There may not be adequate time at the regular City Council meeting scheduled for January 25, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. to hear all the presentations as outlined in the agenda. If necessary, the presentation(s) will be heard at this time during the regular City Council meeting on January 25, 2022 that commences at 6:30 p.m.

6. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

A. Titusville Flag and Memorial Committee – The Titusville Flag and Memorial Committee’s semi-annual report will be presented. No action is required.

B. Historic Preservation Board – The Historic Preservation Board’s semi-annual report will be presented. No action is required.

C. Planning and Zoning Commission – The Planning and Zoning Commission’s semi-annual written report is included in the agenda packet. No action is required.

D. Planning and Zoning Commission – Appoint four (4) regular members and one (1) alternate member to the Planning and Zoning Commission with terms to expire on January 31, 2024.

E. TIFA LLC Management Committee – Reappoint one City representative to the TIFA LLC Management Committee for a three-year term to expire on January 31, 2025.

A. Purchase of Seven (7) Stalker Radars for FY22 Police Vehicles – Approve purchase of seven (7) Stalker Radars for FY22 Police Vehicles

B. Appropriate Forfeiture Funds to Purchase WRAP Safety Restraints – Appropriate and approve the use of $19,500.00 in forfeiture funds to purchase the WRAP Safety Restraints from Sole Source Vendor Safe Restraints, Inc.

C. Piggyback Contract to Purchase Web-Based Code Enforcement Software – Approve the use of Online Solutions (CitizenServe) contract, effective January 26, 2022 through January 25, 2023. Contract for the Town of Lady Lake RFP #2020-0001, to purchase webbased Code Enforcement Software with the initial amount of $36,900.00 and a re-occurring amount of $16,800.00 per year from Online Solutions LLC (CitizenServe) Tempe, AZ. Additionally, authorize the Mayor to execute the contract upon satisfaction of terms and conditions through review by the Information Systems Director, City Manager, and City Attorney.

D. Amendment 1 to Health Plan ASO Services; Master Service Agreement with Aetna to include EAP services Approve Amendment 1 to Health Plan ASO Services; Master Service Agreement with Aetna to include EAP services.

E. Award of Bid # 22-B-021/TB – Sheet Metal Materials for Public Works – Approve award of bid #22-B-021/TB, Sheet Metal Materials for Public Works to Equipment Fabricators, Inc. in an amount of $16,249.00 for welding repairs to dumpsters. Additionally, authorize the City Manager to execute the contract or necessary purchasing instrument upon review and approval of City staff.

F. Stormwater CIP Plan Phase One Work Order #1 – Approve Work Order #1 to contract CO21Q027, Stormwater A&E Services-Continuing Consultant in the amount of $192,266.14 to Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. to provide engineering services associated with the preparation of a stormwater CIP master plan for the City of Titusville. Additionally, authorize the Mayor to execute the work order.

G. Amendment of Contract SVC17P08 for Flexible Spending/Cafeteria Plan Administrator – Approve and authorize the City Manager to sign the 1st amendment to contract #SVC17P08, Flexible Spending/Cafeteria Plan Administrator.

H. Area III Wellfield Electrical Project Design and Construction Services – Approve the award of Work Order #19 to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. in the amount of $106,141 to provide engineering services to include but not limited to design services, building permit assistance, bidding assistance, and construction services for the Area III wellfield electrical project, and authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order.

I. Budget Amendment for Work Order for Engineering Services for the Mourning Dove WTP Sand Filter Rehabilitation Project – Approve a budget amendment in the amount of $52,000 to fully fund Work Order #8 to Wright-Pierce, Inc., Orlando, FL to provide engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, the preparation of design drawings and specifications, permitting, bidding assistance and construction administration services for the Mourning Dove WTP S and Filter Rehabilitation Project.

J. Award of Contract for the Annual Sewer and Manhole Repair Contract – Approve the award of contracts for Bid No. 22-B-007 to Hinterland Group, Inc. of Cocoa, FL as the primary contractor and to SDV Services, Inc. of Titusville FL as the secondary contractor for the Annual Sewer and Manhole Repair Contract with a one (1) year term with two (2) optional one (1) year administrative extensions with an annual authorized amount not to exceed $500,000; and authorize the Mayor to execute the contracts.

K. Work Order for Engineering Services for the Armstrong Drinking Water Booster Pump Station – Approve the award of Work Order #18 to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. in the amount of $318,833 to provide engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, limited site survey and geotechnical services, final design, bidding, construction services, and project and quality management for the upgrades at the Armstrong Booster Pump Station for pH and chemical adjustment and authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order.

A. Ordinance No. 1-2022 Relating to Indoor Recreation in Industrial Zoning Districts – Conduct the second public hearing of Ordinance No. 1-2022 amending the Land Development Regulations to include “Gymnasiums” in the definition of “Recreation and commercial amusement (indoor)”, to correct a scrivener’s error, and to allow Indoor Recreation as a limited use in Light Industrial Services and Warehousing (M-1) and Planned Industrial Development (PID) zoning districts by amending Sections 28-54 “Use Table” and 28-275 “Recreation and commercial amusement (indoor)”; and amending Section 37-1 “Definitions”; providing severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code. (The first reading and the first of two public was held on January 11, 2022. This is the second reading and final public hearing.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered the ordinance on January 5, 2022 and recommended approval as presented.

B. Ordinance No. 2-2022 Correcting Errors in the Landscape Code – Conduct the second reading and public hearing of Ordinance No. 2-2022 amending the Code Of Ordinances Chapter 30 “Development Standards”, Sections 30-2 “Applicability” Subsection I “Landscaping Requirements”, 30-331 “Applicability”, 30-337 “Permitted uses within the landscape buffer yard” and 30-338 “Natural buffer yards” to correct scriveners errors and to amend the term “landscape buffer yards”, amending Sections 30-332 “Required landscape yards” and 30-335 “Description of landscape yards” to clarify existing landscape yard standards, and to the standards applicable to the Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) district in the event of a conflict; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; for an effective date and for incorporation into the code.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on January 5, 2022 and unanimously (6:0) recommended approval as written. The P&Z wanted to stress and clarity that the intent for Table 30-332 is to refer to Exhibit A (Buffers Map) and that this map takes precedents.

C. Ordinance No. 3-2022 Relating to Tree Survey Requirements – Conduct the public hearing for Ordinance No. 3-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to differentiate tree survey requirements for developments meeting minimum tree canopy standards and commercial, industrial and residential developments not required to meet minimum tree canopy standards by amending Section 30-40 “Tree survey required before permit”, and amending Sections 6.1 “Master plan submittal requirements”, 11.1 “Sketch plat required submittals”, 12.1 “Preliminary plat required submittals”, 14.2 “Pre-application meeting” and 14.5 “Site plan required exhibits” of the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, and Sections 2.3 “Tree protection/removal”; and amending Section 2.5 “Tree protection during construction” of the “Environmental Protection Technical Manual” to amend requirements for pavement and grade changes within a critical root zone; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code.

The Titusville Environmental Commission considered this ordinance on January 12, 2022 and unanimously (7:0) recommended denial of the ordinance as proposed. The TEC voted unanimously to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following recommended changes to Section 30-40:

1. Restore number 1 in Section (c) as it was;

2. Change number 2 in Section (c) to say “For all sites the applicant shall provide the following:”

3. In Section (c) (2) (a) at the end of the first sentence add after the “greater” the words “in the area of alteration”;

4. In Section (c) (2) (a) in the second sentence, change the words “tree survey” to “tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater”; and

5. Remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and 1,2,3,4 Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) considered this ordinance on January 19, 2022. The P&Z made a motion to deny as presented, 7-0. The P&Z made a motion to approve the tree survey ordinance with the following Titusville Environmental Commission recommendations with changes to Section 30-40. Restore number 1 in Section (C) as it was, change number 2 in Section (C) to say For all sites the applicant shall provide the following: In Section (C) 2 A. at the end of the first sentence add after the word “greater” in the development area. In Section (C) 2 A in the second sentence change the words “tree survey” to tree count by species and size six-inch dbh and greater. Also, remove all of (2) A,B,C,D and E 1,2,3,4. This motion also includes a recommendation to replace staff’s recommendations in the Technical Manual with a reference to see Section 30-40 of the ordinance. Motion approved unanimously 7-0 vote.

The P&Z made a motion to request that City Council investigate the ramifications of keeping or deleting Section 30-40 (C) (1). Motion passed 6 yes, 1 no vote. One member stated that the P&Z already investigates issues and provides recommendation to Council.

12. NEW BUSINESS

A. Titusville Environmental Commission (TEC) Recommendation Related to Underground Storage Facilities – Provide direction regarding the TEC recommendation for staff to review Section 3.9.4.10.3.5 of the Hazardous Materials Technical Manual Requirements and amend the section as needed.

B. Planning and Zoning Commission Recommendations for Amendments to the Code – Provide direction to staff regarding the Planning and Zoning Commission’s recommendations for amendments to the Code.


January 25th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

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SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

A. Employee(s) of the Month – October 2021, November 2021, December 2021, and January 2022 – Recognize the Employee(s) of the Month for October 2021,

November 2021, December 2021, and January 2022. No action is required.

B. Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) Update – Staff will provide an update on the City’s Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP). No action is required.

C. Bike Lane Improvements – Kimley Horn and Associates will provide a presentation related to bike lane improvements within the City. No action is required.

D. Solid Waste Tax Roll Billing Update – Staff will provide a presentation on the solid waste tax roll billing adjustments. No action is required.

E. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Presentation on Manatee Protection Measures – Representatives will provide a presentation on FWC protection measures designed to improve Manatee survival rates. No action is required.

F. Gateway Landscape Project and Entry Signage Concepts – Staff will provide an update on the gateway landscape project and the entry signage concepts. No action is required.


January 11th, 2022 – Regular City Council Meeting 6:30pm

A. State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) 2022 Housing Incentive Plan and Surplus Property List Resolutions – Approve Resolution No. 1-2022 adopting the Housing Incentive Plan dated December 1, 2021 and Resolution No. 2-2022 establishing a list of City-owned surplus property appropriate for Affordable Housing, and providing for an effective date.

B. Advisability – Brevard County Fire Rescue EMS Trust Grant Application – Authorize staff to apply for Brevard County Fire Rescue EMS Trust Grant and grant authorization of City Manager to sign as Grant Signer. The Grant provides up to 100% reimbursement for the purchase of EMS equipment. Titusville will use funds provided to purchase a records management system.

C. Purchase of Trailers – Public Works – Approve the use of Florida Sheriffs Association Cooperative Purchasing Program contract #FSA20-EQU 18.0, Heavy

Equipment effective until 9/30/23 to purchase the budgeted vehicle replacement Z02225 to Texas Trailers of Gainesville, Florida in the total amount of $42,351 for the purchase of 3 – 8.5′ x 16′ Enclosed Trailers, approve associated budget amendment and authorize issuance of a purchase order.

D. Final Change Order to Work Order #3 – Annual Stormwater and Piping Installation – Approve Change Order #3 to Work Order #3 to contract CN16B038, Annual Stormwater Piping & Installation to SDV Services, LLC, in the amount of $26,989 for repairs and upgrades to the stormwater system at Country Club Drive near La Cita Golf Course. Additionally, authorize the City Manager to execute the change order per review and approval by City staff.

E. Work Order #5 – Annual Stormwater and Piping Installation – Approve Work Order #5 to contract CN20B015, Annual Stormwater & Piping Installation in the amount of $259,209 to SDV Services, LLC for various work within the San Mateo and L’mage Subdivisions. Additionally, authorize the Mayor to execute the work order.

F. FY 2022 Brevard County HOME Disbursement Agreement Approval and Budget Amendment – Approve the FY 2022 HOME Disbursement Agreement and authorization for Mayor to execute and approve the associated budget amendment.

G. Legal Services of Bond Counsel Rhonda Bond-Collins, Esq. of the Bryant, Miller, Olive Law Firm – Accept and approve Engagement Letter from Bond Counsel, Rhonda Bond-Collins, Esq. of the Bryant, Miller, Olive Law Firm.

A. Ordinance No. 1-2022 Relating to Indoor Recreation in Industrial Zoning Districts – Conduct the first public hearing for Ordinance No. 1-2022 amending the Land Development Regulations to include “Gymnasiums” in the definition of “Recreation and commercial amusement (indoor)”, to correct a scrivener’s error, and to allow Indoor Recreation as a limited use in Light Industrial Services and Warehousing (M-1) and Planned Industrial Development (PID) zoning districts by amending Sections 28-54 “Use Table” and 28-275 “Recreation and commercial amusement (indoor)”; and amending Section 37-1 “Definitions”; providing severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the first reading and the first of two public hearings. The second and final public hearing will be conducted by City Council on January 25, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.) 

 The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on January 5, 2022 and recommended approval as presented with a 6-0 vote.

10. ORDINANCES-FIRST READING

A. Ordinance No. 2-2022 Correcting Errors in the Landscape Code – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 2-2022 amending the Code Of Ordinances Chapter 30 “Development Standards”, Sections 30-2 “Applicability” Subsection I “Landscaping Requirements”, 30-331 “Applicability”, 30-337 “Permitted uses within the landscape buffer yard” and 30-338 “Natural buffer yards” to correct scriveners errors and to amend the term “landscape buffer yards”, amending Sections 30-332 “Required landscape yards” and 30-335 “Description of landscape yards” to clarify existing landscape yard standards, and to the standards applicable to the Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) district in the event of a conflict; providing for severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; for an effective date and for incorporation into the code. (This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing is scheduled to be heard by City Council on January 25, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

 The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) considered this ordinance on January 5, 2022 and recommended approval as written. The P&Z wanted to stress and clarify that the intent for Table 30-8 in Section 30-332, is to refer to Exhibit A: (Buffers Map) and that this map takes precedents. Vote was 6-0.

Ordinance No. 3-2022 Relating to Tree Survey Requirements – Conduct the first reading of Ordinance No. 3-2022 amending the Code of Ordinances to differentiate tree survey requirements for developments meeting minimum tree canopy standards and commercial, industrial and residential developments not required to meet minimum tree canopy standards by amending Section 30-40 “Tree survey required before permit”, and amending Sections 6.1 “Master plan submittal requirements”, 11.1 “Sketch plat required submittals”, 12.1 “Preliminary plat required submittals”, 14.2 “Pre-application meeting” and 14.5 “Site plan required exhibits” of the “Development Review Procedures Manual”, and Sections 2.3 “Tree protection/removal”; and amending Section 2.5 “Tree protection during construction” of the “Environmental Protection Technical Manual” to amend requirements for pavement and grade changes within a critical root zone; providing for severability, repeal of conflicting ordinances, effective date and incorporation into the code. (This is the first reading. The second reading and public hearing of this ordinance is scheduled to be heard by City Council on January 25, 2022 beginning at 6:30 PM.)

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this ordinance on January 5, 2022 and tabled this item until the Titusville Environmental Commission reviews the item on January 12, 2022. Vote was 6-0.